JMLSG publishes proposals


The most eagerly awaited document was its consultation proposals for revised guidance on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing in mid-March.

The proposals represent a significant overhaul for the JMLSG guidance notes. They shift the guidance to a 'risk-based' approach to money laundering prevention. For example, firms would be allowed to focus AML resources on the minority of customers who pose a higher risk, and it would simplify the amount of documentation individuals need to

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