Will the EU 4th anti-money laundering legislation change your compliance strategy?

30 Sep 2019 9:08 am by Mark Dunn

The European Union Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4AMLD), which member states are legally required to transpose into law by June 27th 2017, increases pressure on global banks and other multinationals to have risk assessment, due diligence and monitoring processes in place. The legislation reflects a global trend among governments to slow the flow of money to criminal enterprises and foreign terrorist organisations.

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The infographic below offers a quick recap of 4AMLD, including why it's not just traditional financial services that need to consider 4AMLD requirements and five critical components for effective AML compliance programmes.

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