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AMLA: a new European weapon to fight against money laundering
By Nessym Jules TIR, Avocat/Partner, Global Compliance Investigations, Wolff Partners SCS, Attorneys at law   A strong institution to counter the cross-border nature of financial crime   Following the provisional agreement between the Council and the European Parliament(1), the creation of the future Anti-Money Laundering Authority (“AMLA”) will make it possible to better protect European citizens and the European Union’s (“EU”) financial system against money laundering and terrorist financing.   This agreement followed the presentation by the European Commission, on July 20, 2021, of a set of legislative proposals aimed at strengthening the rules of the EU with a series of measures (AML...
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