Widespread money laundering in property locking out Australians from owning homes, Senate told

Australia now ‘destination of choice’ for flow of illicit funds, anti-corruption expert says

Weak and outdated laws are allowing widespread money laundering in the property sector, making Australia a “destination of choice” for illicit funds and “locking many Australians out of owning their own homes”, a…

  • Christopher Knaus
  • The Guardian

The Senate is probing the strength of Australia’s money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws, and heard on Tuesday from anti-corruption group Transparency International Australia and its…

Transparency International Australia’s chief executive, Serena Lillywhite, said Australia had become the…

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