ARTICLES - Auditing - THE CPA's ROLE IN FIGHTING MONEY LAUNDERING - As financial transactions become more intricate and banking systems speed vast sums around the world, it's easier for drug cartels and other money launderers to transform their ill-gotten gains into legitimate assets. More than ever, government and business rely on the accounting profession to help them control this threat to the ...
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