AML Intelligence, Europe’s fastest growing compliance and anti-financial crime site, has launched its special summer €1 subscription offer for the first month.
Since the offer was announced last week, the numbers of readers across the EU, UK and US taking up the offer has soared.
“We launched AML Intelligence last autumn and since then our audience across the globe has soared and the organisation is scaling fast. We have now taken the decision to put most of our insight, analysis and comment behind the paywall because the business intelligence we publish has a value. We also realise that our readers trust what AML Intelligence produces and the site – and our newsletters – have become the one-stop shop for all information relating to compliance and anti-financial crime,” said publisher Stephen Rae.
“To mark the transition to putting premium content behind the community paywall we have launched the special €1 introductory offer for the first month. It has got a huge amount of traction as the financial services, banking and public policy community have reacted by signing up,” he said.
Since its inception in 2020, AML Intelligence has developed a truly global audience, and we are delighted to announce that we have reached 10,000 followers on Linkedin. This community is growing, and we are delighted to have such a diverse international network of followers.
Subscribers – who can cancel at any time – also receive access to the AML Intelligence Boardroom Breakfast Series which features the leading international speakers and policy makers in compliance and anti-financial crime.
The upcoming AMLi Boardroom Series event on July 22, will see John Berrigan, Director General of the European Commission’s DG Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union, explain the EU’s AML Action Plan, just days after its publication.
Jesper Berg, General Director of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority will also outline the steps taken in Denmark to crack down on financial crime.
Speakers at previous Boardroom Series events include, European Commissioner for Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union, Mairead McGuinness, FATF President, Dr. Marcus Pleyer, CEO of the European Banking Federation, Wim Mijs, Chief Compliance Officer at Rabobank, Angelique Keijsers and Ireland’s Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD.
Subscribers to AML Intelligence also receive access to the Global Bank Fines and Penalties database, where they can stay up-to-date with global financial watch-lists, as well as newsletters delivered directly to their inbox.
The €1 introductory offer will be available to readers for their first month and will be available for a limited time only. The subscription fee will increase to €19 per month thereafter.
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