#GraphCast: FinCEN Files – How Banks Move Dirty Money Around the World

Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight.

Last time, our Editorial Assistant, Corin Gainey, gave us a quick start to Summer of Nodes with Neo4j Sandbox. With summer coming to an end, who knew we would be witnessing perhaps one of the greatest frauds of the century. But at this point of the year, it’s not even surprising anymore.

Catch this week's GraphCast: FinCEN Files – How Banks Move Dirty Money around the World

This week, ICIJ has posted this video exposing how a huge amount of dirty money – more than $2 trillion USD – has been coursing through the global economy right past the eyes of international banks.

Using the power of graph technology, ICIJ mapped out the FinCEN Files, revealing the failure of financial firms, or even refusal, to stop the illegal money – obtained from laundering, terrorism, trafficking and other dirty sources – from moving around, possibly motivated by the profits. Learn how they did it!

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