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Pandemic spurs creation of shell companies to launder money: Tookitaki

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The number of shell companies created as a vehicle for money laundering has increased over the last six months, as digital communications become more common and the pandemic can be used as an excuse not to meet the bank in person for compliance checks. While the accelerated digitalisation at private banks has brought clients convenience and flexibility during the pandemic,…

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