Regulation

Debanking Surge Caused by Red Tape


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Christopher Snowdon writes for The Critic

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Kristian Niemietz writes for CapX

IEA research referenced in Politico

New research by IEA Senior Research Fellow Jamie Whyte, which highlights the spike in debanking caused by government anti-money laundering (AML) regulations, has been referenced in Politico.

The article said:

“The IEA blames money-laundering rules for a ‘debanking epidemic’ that shut 343,000 accounts in 2021/22, up from 45,000 in four years…”

Read the full piece here.

The report was also referenced in The Negotiator.

Read a full copy of Debanked: The economic and social consequences of anti-money laundering regulation.



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