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INSIGHT: MLROs face greater legal responsibilities, compliance chief warns as corruption case against officer in Malta continues

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

Anyone whose day job it is to report on money laundering activity needs to be aware, now more than ever, that their roles can land them in “hot legal water,” one expert has claimed.

Director of compliance, risk and governance platform Dynamic-GRC Adrian Pay has said that while money laundering reporting officers [MLROs] might have previously had little legal trouble to worry about, it’s now no longer the case.

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