Reporting Suspicion in Canada: Insights from the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing

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Following the premise that suspicion is less an event than a process, how do banks produce suspicion about financial transactions for reporting purposes? To what extent the quality of suspicious activity reporting is controlled?

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PUBLISHED IN 2017

Research Area(s):

Security and Counterterrorism

TSAS WP17-04

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2017-04-Amicelle

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