Research on Money Laundering Cases, Risks and Countermeasures in the Insurance Industry

Authors

  • Jinyi Zhang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/dyvs9v76

Keywords:

Money Laundering, Insurance Industry, Anti-Money Laundering

Abstract

Money laundering has a substantial and far-reaching effect on the economy, causing incalculable damage. Due to the high volume of financial transactions in the insurance industry, it is vulnerable to money laundering. This paper seeks to provide a comprehensive analysis of domestic and international money laundering techniques employed in the insurance industry. In addition, it will evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the anti-money laundering measures and regulations implemented within the insurance industry. The research indicates that the insurance industry can reduce its exposure to money laundering by instituting stringent anti-money laundering measures. In addition, this study assesses the implementation and effects of anti-money laundering regulations in the insurance industry. In response to the identified risks and obstacles, a set of proactive anti-money laundering countermeasures is proposed. In conclusion, this study emphasizes the importance of mitigating money laundering vulnerabilities in the insurance industry and the significance of implementing robust anti-money laundering protocols. This study contributes to the ongoing discussion about AML compliance in the insurance industry by providing empirical insights and practical recommendations.

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Published

22-01-2024

How to Cite

Zhang, J. (2024). Research on Money Laundering Cases, Risks and Countermeasures in the Insurance Industry. Highlights in Business, Economics and Management, 24, 2452-2458. https://doi.org/10.54097/dyvs9v76