How to prevent money laundering and crime in Australian companies

Australia is currently the most vulnerable country in the developed world to the crime of money laundering. 

Alongside Haiti and Madagascar, Australia is one of the three countries worldwide that have not implemented Tranche 2, a tightening of anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing laws that will regulate the law, accounting and real estate industries. 

With no regulatory framework or government support many Australian businesses don’t know how to best protect themselves and most importantly still don’t realise the risky nature of current processes. 

Our chat today is going to be with Auckland-based First AML founder and CEO Milan Cooper, whose global company offers a technology solution that helps businesses to protect themselves against crime now. 

In this podcast, we discuss:

What is Tranche 2? 

Why is Australia lagging behind the rest of the developed world? 

Some money laundering scandals that have taken place in Australia and what could have been done to avoid it and much more. 

Without further ado, listen to the full interview here.

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