The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Journal of Africa is known as the official journal of the Anti-Money Laundering Community networks (AML Community) in Africa. The purpose is to publish scholarly and professional articles on the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Finance sector in Africa on a quarterly basis. It is said that most of the articles are submitted by AML compliance professionals.

The main motive of AML Africa Journal is to become a preeminent scholarly platform where compliance professionals have the chance to take ownership of ongoing problems associated with terrorist financing, corruption, financial regulation and online scams taking place in African continent. On the other hand, the journal covers a professional highlight column where compliance professionals engaged in working in African country share their experiences as well as expertise with each other. There is also one more amazing section, which is known as ‘Country Focus’ where the challenges and opportunities of a selected African country’s AML regime is discussed in detail.

Apart from the crucial information mentioned above, it is equally important to note that entries for the professional highlight column are submitted to the editor. Hence, it’s no exaggeration to say that it is the best journal to gain crucial insights.

Overview of Enterprise Risk Management Institute

ERMI was founded in Accra, Ghana in the year 2009. It includes AML Community Network Group, which houses academics and practitioners who are engaged in offering qualitative consultancy services. Talking about ERM Africa, it publishes AML Africa journal to provide information on the AML, anti-terrorist finance, compliance and financial risk.