Why Europe can’t stop money laundering

As featured in Euromoney

Money Laundering


“There’s been a tendency in some countries in Europe to see money laundering as an Anglo-Saxon issue, something that happens in the casino-banking sector in London, and not in places like Stockholm or Tallinn,” says Tom Keatinge, a former JPMorgan banker now heading the financial crime programme at UK think-tank the Royal United Services Institute.