Tag Archives: European Union

FATF 1, EU 0

The Fourth Money Laundering Directive brought us many delights, including Article 9: “Third-country jurisdictions which have strategic deficiencies in their national AML/CFT regimes that pose significant threats to the financial system of the Union (‘high-risk third countries’) shall be identified … Continue reading

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Cloud cuckoo Brexit

Don’t worry: I’m not going to tell you again how I feel about Brexit.  This update is purely about the AML implications for those of us left behind in the cast-adrift, backwards-looking, isolationist UK.  As you know, the European Fifth … Continue reading

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Better late than corrupt

Some of my more dedicated readers may remember that about a year ago I was working myself up into a fizz of anticipation, as I was invited to a conference in Brussels on 15 March 2013 at which the EU … Continue reading

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