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ANALYSIS: In Detail – what the new European AML laws mean for you

SPEAKER: EU Financial Services Commissioner Mairead McGuinness (front, second left) and her officials led by DDG at DG FISMA Alexandra Jour-Schroeder (front, right) and Head of the FinCrime Unit Raluca Pruna (top left) at the negotiations between the European parliament and national governments that led to agreement on the new AML Directive and Regulation. Raluca has been announced as a speaker at 'European Anti-Financial Crime Summit 2024' in Dublin on May 16 next.

By AML Intelligence Correspondents THE agreement on a new AML Regulation will – for the first time – “exhaustively harmonise rules throughout the EU, closing possible loopholes used by criminals to launder illicit proceeds,” EU legislators said early today. While the agreement on the new AML Directive will improve the organisation of national anti-money laundering…

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