While financial institutions such as banks have long been in the spotlight for enabling corruption and money laundering, a new report by Transparency International (TI) examines the role lawyers, accountants, corporate service providers and other professionals operating in the non-financial sector play in facilitating illicit financial flows (IFFs) out of Africa.

Loophole Masters: How Enablers Facilitate Illicit Financial Flows from Africa, is the first ever study on the non-financial enablers used by political elites to hide, launder and invest their ill-gotten gains outside the African continent.

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