EU’s upcoming AML strategy should look to effective implementation of existing law, say experts
By Sara Lewis, in Brussels
The European Union (EU) needs to step up enforcement of its anti-money laundering legislation, not just the fourth and fifth
directives (MLD 4 and 5) but earlier provisions from MLD3 that are still not being applied in the member states, according
to speakers at a 19 February  breakfast event on ‘Money laundering and financial crime,’ staged at the European Parliament
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