Tracfin executives' exodus to private sector continues

Tracfin has seen a steady stream of departures as heavyweights take up posts in the private sector, spurred by repeated attempts at internal reform in a French financial intelligence service already rife with tensions, and amid accusations it is becoming politicised. [...]
Published on 13.06.2023 at 05:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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