Uganda runs an open economy. It comes with many challenges and has wide ranging political implications.
Recently two reports deal with money laundering and illicit financial flows.
They make for important reading below. The first is the National Risk Assessment ( of Money Laundering and Terrorist Risk Financing). The information reviewed is mostly from government records ( reported cases) nonetheless makes good reading on the financial sector which in summary is architecturally stronger but suffers from collusion and corruption across multiple institutions.
The second is a latest report from Global Financial Integrity on illicit financial flows which benefitted from a large number of collaborators. It points out not surprisingly that enforcement is weak and wanting.