A new compliance survey of financial executives reveals that while most financial firms rated themselves as being effective at anti-money laundering, some 30% rated at least one of their anti-money laundering components as being either “not at all effective” or only “somewhat effective.”

The survey, “Global Regulatory Outlook 2019: Are We There Yet?,” answers its title’s own question—we’re only part way there.

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