AML Africa Journal
The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) journal of Africa covers numerous articles on Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Finance. The scholarly and professional articles are published on a quarterly basis. The journal has the sole purpose of becoming a distinguished scholarly platform where African AML compliance professionals can take proprietorship of problems associated with terrorist financing, money laundering, online scams and financial regulation to name a few, taking place within the African continent. It is important to note that the articles are submitted by AML and ATF compliance professionals.
The journal includes two sections:
Professional Highlight Column: Under this column, compliance professionals across African continent simply share their experiences and expertise. All the entries come directly by these professionals to the editor.
Country Focus Section: It includes detailed discussion of the challenges and opportunities of African AML regime.