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Global Ratings Fail, By Design, But Some Countries Benefit

AML rating system fundamentally flawed, harms some countries, and lets others ‘dial up’ better scores on demand

RF Pol, AMLassurance.com

Last week, I explained why the global anti-money laundering system (costing us all trillions of dollars) is “almost completely ineffective.” Technology and other ‘solutions’ framed…

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Dr Ron Pol

Dr Ron Pol

Outcomes science, applied to life. Current main focus AML/CFT. Outcomes architect, loves engaging with open minds. See: https://bit.ly/3bj0Y3y

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