Monitor on anti-money laundering policy 2014 - 2016
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- Slot, B., Swart, L. de
- Ecorys, WODC
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The 2014-2016 monitor on anti-money laundering policy in the Netherlands is geared towards assessing the activities and impacts of activities undertaken as part of the Netherlands’ anti-money laundering policy throughout the years 2014, 2015, and 2016. The monitor’s findings are intended to feed into the policymaking initiatives to fight money laundering and prevent exploitation of the country’s financial system for the purpose of laundering dirty money.
The research conducted in the context of this monitor consisted of a comprehensive literature review (of both Dutch and international) literature and policy documents, the collection and analysis of publicly available quantitative data, and interviews with a large number of relevant stakeholders from within Dutch policymaking and anti-money laundering circles.
The monitor’s fundamental unit of measurement is derived from an analysis of actors within the anti-money laundering enforcement network in the Netherlands, including: various supervisory agencies, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU-Nederland), the National Police, the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (FIOD), the Anti Money Laundering Centre (AMLC), the Prosecutors Office and Judiciary, the Central Judicial Debt Collection Agency (CJIB), national customs agencies, and the Ministries of Justice and Security (J&V) and Finance.
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