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New Study: To Address De-risking and Comply with AML/CFT Regulations, Banks Are Turning to Artificial Intelligence and Other New Technologies

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:02:00 +0000

Press Release

Today, the Center for Global Development released a new study that finds that financial institutions have turned to new technologies, including artificial intelligence, to address de-risking and increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their AML/CFT compliance.




Fixing AML: Can New Technology Help Address the De-risking Dilemma?

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:01:00 +0000

Publications

Even while policy solutions to address de-risking are being implemented, new technologies have emerged to address de-risking by increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of AML/CFT compliance by financial institutions.




On DFID’s New Education Policy Refresh: Good Education Systems Require Good Teaching

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 22:44:47 +0000

On DFID’s New Education Policy Refresh: Good Education Systems Require Good Teaching

Blog Post

DFID’s new education strategy to tackle the learning crisis prioritizes a pivotal part of any well-functioning education system: good teaching. It is obvious that any attempt to reform education systems cannot work if it does not generate effective teaching practices, which requires skilled and motivated teachers in the classroom.




Will Trump’s Big Aid Cuts Hurt Chances for Reform?

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 19:50:31 +0000

Will Trump’s Big Aid Cuts Hurt Chances for Reform?

Blog Post

The Trump administration delivered its FY 2019 budget request to Capitol Hill this week. Containing deep cuts to the international affairs budget, it looks a lot like a repeat of the FY 2018 request. And with a 30 percent reduction in topline spending, few programs were spared. Meanwhile, buried among the rubble are smart reform ideas that run the risk of being overshadowed—or even undermined—by the depth of the proposed spending reductions.










The Art of a Sudan Debt Relief Deal

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 15:16:09 +0000

The Art of a Sudan Debt Relief Deal

Blog Post

Debt relief is high on the Sudanese government’s agenda. This week’s budget proposals coming out of the White House indicate that Sudan may finally get its wish—but there’s something weird about where the money comes from. Here I offer an alternative.




The Saints And Sinners Of Oxfam (Economist)

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 15:34:29 +0000

CGD in the News

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Are You a Podcast Listener? We Want to Hear from You!

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 15:21:19 +0000

Are You a Podcast Listener? We Want to Hear from You!

Blog Post

What do you like? What could we do better? Who would you want to hear from? Please share your thoughts with us in our two-minute survey, and we'll use your ideas as we plan our future episodes.




Can Lawful Migration Channels Suppress Unlawful Migration? How US Experience Can Inform European Dilemmas

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 21:26:23 +0000

Can Lawful Migration Channels Suppress Unlawful Migration? How US Experience Can Inform European Dilemmas

Blog Post

Richer countries are under pressure to respond to and suppress high levels of irregular migration reaching their borders. One prominent recommendation is for richer countries to expand opportunities for lawful or regular migration. Suppose they do. Will more regular migration simply raise migration overall, or will it substitute for and reduce irregular migration?