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SCHUMAN DIARY: Europe’s new AML Authority (AMLA) set to gain full legal status by year end as parliament gets ready for major vote on agency

PARLIAMENT VOTE: Eva Maria Poptcheva (pictured) one of the three MEP rapporteurs whose report on AMLA was approved by the European Parliament on Tuesday. The vote pavies the way for legal status for the AML Authority by year end.

By Stephen Rae for AML Intelligence

EUROPE’S new AML Authority (AMLA) is set to have its legal authority in place by the end of this year, officials expect.

The European Parliament is preparing to hold a full plenary session on the authority around the end of April or beginning of May, it has been learned.

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