EBA shares new guidelines on how national AML supervisors should cooperate; stresses they are ‘key to ensuring prudential soundness,’ and invites stakeholder feedback - AML Intelligence
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EBA shares new guidelines on how national AML supervisors should cooperate; stresses they are ‘key to ensuring prudential soundness,’ and invites stakeholder feedback

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

The European Banking Authority has today set out a roadmap for how AML supervisors will cooperate and exchange information.

The guidelines for doing so have been published today – with a three-month feedback period for stakeholders before they are finalised.

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