Ebook: Real Estate Money Laundering (REML): Typologies and Emerging Countermeasures

Real estate continues to be a problematically enticing and efficient vehicle for laundering money globally with an estimated $2.3 billion laundered between 2015 and 2020 through the U.S. real estate market alone.

Despite concerted efforts by several governments to combat the issue, a seemingly endless stream of media stories suggests that the problem of real estate money laundering (REML) persists.

This ebook explores REML crimes and countermeasures in detail, including:

  • Why illicit actors continue to exploit the real estate sector
  • What REML indicators and typologies enforcers should look out for
  • How governments are responding to REML trends
  • Why beneficial ownership information is critical to tackling REML

Gain a deeper understanding of real estate money laundering risk and how to minimize your organization’s exposure to this type of illicit financial activity.

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