AML Africa Journal Accra
The anti-money laundering Journal of Africa is known as the official journal of the AML Community Network. It includes highly professional and scholarly articles on areas like Cybercrime and cybersecurity risk management and Anti-Money Laundering Compliance in Africa. The content is published bi-annually. It is important to note that most of the articles published in the journal are submitted by AML compliance professionals.
If we talk about the main purpose of the Anti-Money Laundering Journal of Africa, it is to become a preeminent scholarly platform where AML compliance professionals are liable to take ownership of ongoing problems related to money laundering, online scams, financial regulation and corruption within the African continent.
Some More Crucial Information
The journal covers a column where compliance professionals share their experiences and expertise with each other. There is also one more section, which is known by the name of country focus. Here, challenges and opportunities of chosen African country’s AML regime is properly discussed. Entries are submitted directly to the editor for consideration.