Quick Guide 7: The role of FIUs in asset recovery
Practically every country has a Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) and it plays a vital role in combating money laundering and other financial crimes. Yet there is often confusion – even among anti-corruption authorities – about how it works, what it can and can’t do, and what value it brings.
Thierry Ravalomanda, Senior Asset Recovery Specialist offers a quick overview.
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