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Financial Crime in International Trade

Are you at Risk?


Question:

Could your company become involved in financial crime without even knowing it?

The answer is yes.

Financial crime in international trade is big business, with proceeds of up to $1.5 trillion annually. If you become embroiled in it, even by accident, the consequences can cripple your company financially.

Fortunately, international financial crime is a risk you can mitigate. Learn about the risks and what you can do by downloading our guide.

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If you are unsure whether or not your company has been exposed to a trade-related financial crime either as a victim or an unwitting accomplice, take our online questionnaire today to assess your risks in such as areas as money laundering, terrorist financing, financial fraud or corruption.

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