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ANALYSIS: Politically Exposed Persons – defining who exactly they are and why a European central PEPs registry makes sense

SUPER TUESDAY: A "jumbo trilogue" in Brussels on Tuesday is likely to shape the future of AMLA. It's proposed both the Council and the Parliament would be involved in picking the location of the authority by each allocating 27 points or votes.

Corruption and money laundering offences are intrinsically linked as they both infringe upon the authority of the State and upon property rights.

The concept of Politically Exposed Persons, hereafter “PEPs”, first appeared almost twenty years ago, on June 20, 2003, on the occasion of the revision of the 40 Recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

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