HSBC Singapore’s chief compliance officer is calling for continued vigilance, the use of technology, and participation in public-private partnerships to mitigate trade-based money laundering (TBML) risks.

In an article for Regulation Asia, Jamil Ahmed discusses these mitigating factors and concludes that financial institutions need to remain vigilant to these risks, explore the adoption of technological solutions to improve risk management and increasingly work with regulators in public-private partnerships to mitigate TBML risks.

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