EU Commission to launch consolidated database


Brussels -- The EU Commission has decided to work with European banks to create a consolidated database of individuals and organisations subject to EU financial sanctions, which will help financial institutions comply with anti-money laundering (AML) reporting requirements more easily.

According to Severine Anciberro, legal adviser at the European Banking Federation (FBE) in Brussels, financial institutions in the EU had been lobbying the EU Commission for some time to establish a consolidated

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