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ARS are inherently not illegal; however, the nature of their activities has mostly been linked with money laundering and terrorist financing which raises several questions as to why businesses in Ghana rely on these systems to conduct their cross-border trade. We provide analyse why business owners in Ghana rely on them for their transactions. Alexander Asmah (aea015a@hcuc.edu.gh)

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This page is a summary of: Alternate remittance systems in Ghana: a trade enabler or an organised fraud, Journal of Money Laundering Control, November 2021, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/jmlc-09-2021-0099.
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