Our members represent the best of the financial crime fighting ecosystem.
The Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime consists of 32 prominent members, each serving as key actors in the sector. Together, they are driving significant impact in the battle against financial crime. If you’re interested in learning more about membership and how you can get involved, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
ABN Amro is a leading Dutch bank headquartered in Amsterdam. They joined the GCFFC in 2023.
We are stronger together. The Global Coalition provides a strong platform and capability for all the different players and experts to collaborate and coordinate their efforts. ABSA believes that the common goal and collective drive of this collaboration will lead to increased effectiveness in fighting financial crime.
ANZ was founded in 1835. We are one of the largest banks in Australia, and the largest banking group in New Zealand and the Pacific.
To support our vision of a balanced, sustainable society, our financial crime compliance vision is to lead the way in innovative and effective financial crime risk management. We are a leading member of public-private partnerships with both the Australian and New Zealand Financial Intelligence Units and recognised for our work in these jurisdictions. Financial Crime risk management has better outcomes when we work together, therefore the efforts of organisations like the GCFFC are vital – ANZ is proud to be a part of the GCFFC.
Financial crime is one of the defining challenges of our time and has a corrosive effect on society. The Atlantic Council is pleased to collaborate with the Global Coalition better understand financial crime’s severe consequences, promote more efficient information sharing, and develop tools to combat illicit financial flows. Working together, we believe we can build a more equitable and transparent financial future.
The Coalition brings together the collective expertise, authority and inspiration needed to fight financial crime. To this multidisciplinary forum, the Basel Institute contributes decades of specialist experience in asset recovery, anti-money laundering, international cooperation and governance from its network of operations around the world. As the global centre for anti-corruption Collective Action, the Basel Institute acknowledges that such sustained and focused partnerships are the key to strengthening systems against financial crime risks and perpetrators.
Global challenges require global responses and heavily rely on the cultivation of effective partnerships. Membership of the GCFFC speaks to the very heart of Crime Stoppers International mission and purpose, which is to empower individuals to take action and anonymously share information about crime and criminal activity. When it comes to financial crime, this translates to citizens and communities tackling known money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, tax evasion, embezzlement, forgery, counterfeiting or identity theft.
Crystal Blockchain is a global provider of cryptocurrency transaction analytics and monitoring solutions. Their platform helps financial institutions, law enforcement agencies, and other organizations comply with anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorism financing (CTF) regulations.
Corporate treasurers are high risk individuals for becoming victims of financial crime due to their level of access and control over company finances and operations. Raising awareness and encouraging a public-private development of best-practices will enhance the ability of companies to shore up their defences against financial crime – in all of its facets. We are proud to be a member of such a broad coalition to advance dialogue and develop best practices to limit the ability of actors to undermine the security and integrity of our financial system and the wider economy.
Wildlife trafficking is driving species to extinction and degrading entire ecosystems, destroying livelihoods, injuring and killing rangers, creating instability, and posing a risk to public health. The costs of these crimes are estimated at a staggering $1-2 trillion each year by The World Bank. We will not win the fight to end these highly destructive crimes unless all sectors come together to combat the financial aspects of these crimes. There could be no better partner than the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crimes to make that happen.
The global scope of financial crime and the shared threats faced by all financial institutions underscores the need for a global network of organisations united in the fight against financial crime. The FinTech FinCrime Exchange is proud to join the Coalition and represent the voices and efforts of a global community of anti-financial crime professionals, who are leading the fight at the most innovative technology companies.
The Coalition brings a broad group from research, financial services, law enforcement and civil society together to highlight key issues that are impeding the effectiveness of the fight against financial crime. The Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) research programme is proud to be a member and to support the Coalition on topics related to information-sharing and data protection.
The Freedom Seal is proud to be a member of this broad group of organisations representing different aspects of the fight against financial crime. The Freedom Seal contributes to this fight by promoting transparency and corporate responsibility to eliminate forced labour from global supply chains.
The Global Anti-Scam Alliance (GASA) is committed to working alongside the GCFFC in this critical battle. Our 2023 research found $1.026 trillion was lost to scams in 12 months, comprising half of all crime, and affecting a quarter of people worldwide. As a member of the Coalition, GASA offers extensive research and expertise in online fraud prevention. We are dedicated to raising global awareness, promoting effective public-private partnerships, and advocating for robust anti-fraud measures. Together with GCFFC, we aim to mitigate the devastating financial and human consequences of financial crime, and forge a safer, more transparent financial future for all.
GFI is delighted to join this group of expert organizations to battle financial crime by promoting transparency, accountability and good governance. The Coalition will be an important catalyst for new thinking on this important topic
Global Ledger is convinced that combating the intricate and ever-changing landscape of financial crime cannot be achieved by any single entity in isolation. To address this global issue effectively, a collective endeavour is essential. The Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC) is a unique and inclusive global network that brings together diverse participants, such as public and private sector entities, regulatory bodies, law enforcement agencies, and international institutions that join efforts to fight against worldwide financial crime. As a RegTech blockchain analytics company, we look forward to partnering with GCFFC members and assisting the Coalition in identifying effective strategies for addressing illicit financial activities.
ING is a leading European universal bank with 37 million customers in over 40 countries supported by 60,000 employees. Today’s crimes are increasingly international and complex. Global crimes require a global response. It is crucial that there is coordination among all the different players in and joining the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime provides a unique opportunity for experts from public and private entities to work together against financial crime.
Today’s crimes are increasingly international and complex. It is crucial that there is coordination among all the different players in maintaining a global security architecture. Joining the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime provides a unique opportunity for experts from public and private entities to work together against financial crime
LoveSaid is a fraud center & think tank launching in 2023 by Cecilie Fjellhøy & Anna Rowe. We are an organisation made by fraud victims for fraud victims. Our mission is to change the stigma of emotional scams for victims and society.
The Coalition is a unique and first-of-its kind consortium of organisations with deep practical expertise representing the law enforcement community, global banks, well-recognized think-tanks, risk-intelligence firms and NGOs to make the fight against financial crime more effective. As a risk-intelligence data company, LSEG shares its best practices in deploying technology and innovation to fight financial crime and shares its thought-leadership on emerging risks such as Green Crime and Human Trafficking
The Mekong Club is one of the first not-for-profit organizations of its kind in Asia to use a ‘business-to-business’ approach to fight modern slavery. Bridging the gap between the public and private sectors, the Mekong Club helps companies of all sizes to understand the complexities of human trafficking and to reduce their vulnerability within their supply chains/business environment. In the realm of financial crime, we collaborate with a range of industry partners to formulate and disseminate modern slavery typologies and red flags for identifying suspicious activities. Additionally, we work towards enhancing custom onboarding and review processes designed to address modern slavery as a critical business risk. Finally, we have set up extensive presentation programs to prevent scams and human trafficking into scam centers.
The need for public private collaboration is a more heightened imperative today as criminals increasingly exploit the very means of globalization in their interest to evade even the best of controls. MENA FCCG believes the Global Coalition for Fighting Financial Crime will drive significant progress towards achieving our collective goal through effective and constructive cooperation.
Included within MENA FCCG is Emirates NDB.
NatWest Group is the largest business and commercial bank in the UK, with a leading retail business. NatWest Group believes prevention and detection are a key defence against financial crime and cannot be tackled or reduced in isolation. Partnerships in the Global Coalition are crucial to our ambition to reduce crime across society. NatWest Group is an active participant in public and private sector initiatives to tackle financial crime and thereby supporting enterprise and individuals to thrive and be safe.
Anonymous companies feature in the majority of corruption and criminal scandals: they are the vehicle of choice for hiding illicit activities and money. Open Ownership’s mission is to make beneficial ownership transparency a reality, by working with the Coalition and its members to fight financial crime and make beneficial ownership disclosures a routine practice for governments and companies.
The Coalition brings together a diverse group of thought leaders to raise awareness of the human as well as economic impact of financial crime. Through its inclusion in the Coalition, Rani’s Voice gives a voice to the millions enslaved throughout the world, drawing attention to their suffering, and highlighting the importance of finding new ways to secure their freedom.
The Global Coalition brings together thought leaders from all over the world to share their perspectives and best practices for tackling economic crime, RUSI is proud to be a member of this forward-leaning group of experts.
Standard Bank Group Limited is proud to join the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime, and looks forward to collaborating with the internationally renowned thought leaders that have aligned themselves with the objectives of the coalition, on the topic of combating financial crime.
The GCFFC is a unique global network of diverse actors working together to make the fight against financial crime more impactful. The Sentry will share insights from its investigations on illicit financial flows linked to conflict and kleptocracy and shed light on the human and social consequences of these flows. We look forward to collaborating with GCFFC members from the public, private, and civil society sectors to find more effective ways to address illicit finance threats using a collaborative approach.
STOP THE TRAFFIK Group has existed for 18 years to prevent human trafficking for exploitation through intelligence led prevent work. Its subsidiary Traffik Analysis Hub (TAH) is the largest global repository of survivor narratives drawn from multiple sources describing their lived experience, including how the proceeds of the crime work. The GCFFC is a natural partner in this journey to better identify transactions and activity associated with trafficking and exploitation and we look forward to working together.
TRM Labs is a leading provider of blockchain intelligence solutions that help financial institutions and governments fight crypto-based financial crime. Their solutions leverage machine learning and advanced analytics to monitor transactions, identify suspicious activity, and investigate potential crimes. TRM Labs supports over 70 million assets across 29 blockchains, including industry-leading NFT coverage and DeFi protocols. Their solutions are used by some of the world’s largest banks, cryptocurrency exchanges, and government agencies. They joined the GCFFC in 2023.
Western Union enables financial flows for consumers and businesses across 20,000+ pairs of countries in more than 200 countries and territories. Moving money and payments with scale is a competitive advantage but doing so securely while complying with multiple regulations is a moral imperative. As members of the Coalition, we are enthusiastic about discovering and sharing insights to fight crime and keep our collective systems safe to meet the end goal of keeping financial flows moving.
Westpac, established in 1817, is a prominent Australian bank headquartered in Sydney. They joined the GCFFC in 2023.
It is crucial that public and private sector leaders effectively combat financial crime so as to safeguard trust in the financial system. The World Economic Forum is glad to support the Coalition and its efforts to raise awareness and foster collaboration among key stakeholders to mitigate the damaging economic and societal implications of financial crime.