Correspondent banking is defined as the provision of banking-related services by one bank (correspondent) to an overseas bank (respondent). The cross-boarder nature of correspondent banking and weak regulations related are being misused often for money laundering purposes. Here, we look at some cases where correspondent banking relationships were used for financial crime.
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