The cross-colonization of finance and security through lists: Banking policing in the UK and India

@article{Amicelle2016TheCO,
  title={The cross-colonization of finance and security through lists: Banking policing in the UK and India},
  author={A. Amicelle and Elida K. U. Jacobsen},
  journal={Environment and Planning D: Society and Space},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={106 - 89}
}
Targeted financial sanctions regimes and regulations on ‘dirty money’ put banks on the front line in securing financial circulation. This is the context in which banking actors face the challenge of juggling with hundred of sanction, watch and regulatory lists. In light of that list mania for banking policing, list appears to have become the security device of choice in the everyday life of the financial industry across the world. Instead of reducing the complexity of security-finance dynamics… Expand
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