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Needs must… - organised crime ‘assistance’ under Covid-19

Money Laundering Bulletin

Needs must… - organised crime ‘assistance’ under Covid-19

One, among many negative impacts of thecoronavirus pandemic is an undermining of legitimate trade. In countries withstrong organised crime traditions, money launderers are seizing the opportunityto subvert or take over hard-pressed businesses then use them as fronts forcleaning illicit funds. Brenda Dionisi , in Milan; Stephenie Overman ,in Washington, DC; and Julian Ryall , in Tokyo report on experience inthree major markets.

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