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Title Current Status And Prospects Of Anti-Money Laundering In Digital Economy
Other Titles Estado Actual y Perspectivas del Antilavado de Dinero en la Economía Digital
Authors Rieznik, Oleh Mykolaiovych  
Danylevska, Y.O.
Steblianko, Alina Volodymyrivna
Chekmarova, I.M.
Karelin, V.V.
Keywords digitalization
financial monitoring
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
Publisher National Autonomous University of Nicaragua
License Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial - ShareAlike 4.0 International
Citation Reznik, OM, Danylevska, YO, Steblianko, AV, Chekmarova, IM, & Karelin, VV (2020). Current Status and Prospects of Anti-Money Laundering in the Digital Economy. REICE: Electronic Journal of Research in Economic Sciences , 8 (15), 314-327.
Abstract The relevance of the article is determined by the need to study money laundering in the digital economy since the gradual transition of the state economy to a digital format, including the emergence of electronic money, the spread of electronic banking and the use of other information technologies, leads to the emergence of new methods and schemes for money laundering, which requires the simultaneous identification of contemporary risks of counteracting this type of crime and the search for ways of improving such activity. The purpose of the article is to study the current status and to search for ways to improve the fight against money laundering in the digital economy. Abstract logical, comparative legal methods and critical analysis were used to achieve this goal. It has been found that advances brought by the digital economy were profitable tools for money laundering. The negative consequences of money laundering have been discussed, which updates the task of finding optimal areas for counteraction. It is concluded that such areas are as follows: improving the IT infrastructure of banks, establishing relationships between banks and law enforcement agencies, preventing cybercrime, improving the financial monitoring system, ensuring the interaction of financial monitoring entities and law enforcement agencies. The conclusions and provisions set forth in the article are aimed at improving state policy in the field of combating money laundering, taking into account the challenges of the digital economy.
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