Sweden plans AML ‘collaborations’ to allow information sharing among set entities; head of country’s FATF delegation says proposals would 'go further than most if not all comparable solutions’ - AML Intelligence
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Sweden plans AML ‘collaborations’ to allow information sharing among set entities; head of country’s FATF delegation says proposals would ‘go further than most if not all comparable solutions’

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

SWEDEN IS about to consider a new model in AML/CFT that would radically alter the parameters of when and where information can be shared.

The head of the Swedish Government’s delegation to the Financial Action Task Force Markus Forsman said that the plans would allow “essentially any authority/reporting entity” under the country’s AML/CFT framework to come together in an official collaboration.

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