A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, regulators across the United States, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East have levied nearly US$26 billion in monetary penalties for anti-money laundering and sanctions violations.
In the full global report, we will examine the evolution of financial crime enforcement worldwide, drawing on analyses of ten years of AML and KYC fines data. We also take a deep-dive into the data on a regional basis and examine key trends developing across the US, Europe, APAC and the Middle East.
Read the report now or access our regionalized papers below.
The US accounts for 91% of all AML, KYC and sanctions fines by monetary amount globally.
The Asia Pacific region is home to over 40 regulators who have levied a total of $609 million in fines over the past 10 years.