EACT Joins Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime

The EACT has become a member of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC).

Corporate treasurers are high risk individuals for becoming victims of financial crime due to their level of access and control over company finances and operations. Raising awareness and encouraging a public-private partnership in the development of effective practices will enhance the ability of companies to shore up their defences against financial crime – in all of its facets.

We are proud to be a member of such a broad coalition to advance dialogue, develop best practices, and shape the evolution of the regulatory landscape to limit the ability of actors to undermine the security and integrity of our financial system and the wider economy.

Read the press release on the GCFFC website

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