Deterring Abuse of the Financial System; Elements of an Emerging International Integrity Standard
John M Abbott and
R. B. Johnston
No 05/3, IMF Policy Discussion Papers from International Monetary Fund
Assessing financial systems' stability has required the IMF to dig deeper into financial sector issues and to include financial integrity elements in its assessments. Integrity elements are increasingly being addressed by international standards. More progress is needed, however, to prepare a comprehensive framework to prevent the abuse of the financial systems by both outsiders and insiders.
Keywords: Financial crisis; Anti-money laundering; International capital markets; Standards and codes; Financial integrity, combating the financing of terrorism, financial system, financial sector, money laundering, internal controls, financial institutions, Financial Institutions and Services: Government Policy and Regulation, Corporate Finance and Governance: Government Policy and Regulation, Illegal Behavior and the Enforcement of Law, (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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