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The FFIS (Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing) has published a discussion paper offering lessons from private-private financial information sharing initiatives to detect and disrupt crime. The paper highlights factors which aim to serve policy consideration about how to support the growth of private-private financial information-sharing capabilities in a secure, effective and efficient manner that meets both data protection and economic crime policy needs.   


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