Euro SIFMANet: Berlin Report

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Discussions revealed that Germany's performance to combating illicit finance has improved, although challenges remain.

Discussion summary

In late November 2022, the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI convened a roundtable discussion (in partnership with the Jacques Delors Centre at the Hertie School) and a series of one-on-one meetings involving representatives from government ministries and agencies, and the private sector (such as banks, law firms and other organisations exposed to sanctions implementation) in Berlin as part of its ongoing study of EU sanctions implementation and wider responses to illicit finance (Euro SIFMANet) funded by the National Endowment for Democracy


Gonzalo Saiz Erausquin

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Centre for Finance and Security

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