Tag Archives: Fourth Money Laundering Directive

Moving the goalposts

I’m as fond of AML measures as the next person.  Actually, that’s a fib: I’m probably a thousand times fonder of AML measures than the next person.  But more than two decades of AML endeavours have taught me one important … Continue reading

Posted in AML, Legislation, Money laundering, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Money laundering is on the cards

A couple of months ago, traffic police in Alabama stopped a car and noticed the smell of marijuana.  They searched the car and found forty gift cards with a total balance of US$19,600, along with “numerous receipts showing repetitive reloading … Continue reading

Posted in AML, Money laundering | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A consultation too far?

Regular readers will know that I am quite taken with consultations: I like people asking my opinion nearly as much as I love giving it.  I tend to respond to AML-themed ones most avidly, but in recent months I have … Continue reading

Posted in AML, Money laundering, Publications | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A directive date for 2017

It feels as though we’ve been waiting for the Fourth Money Laundering Directive for about a decade, doesn’t it?  Well, I suppose we have, really, as the third one was adopted in 2005.  But at long last we know what’s … Continue reading

Posted in AML, Legislation, Money laundering | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment