FSA announces new AML initiatives

Financial Crime

Robinson said the FSA will work jointly with the industry, law enforcement, and the National Criminal Intelligence Service to target AML activity, achieve a better approach to identification and to develop a risk-based approach to AML. The timing for these new initiatives is fairly aggressive – the targeting section will be completed by the end of July, while the work on the other two areas will be completed in time for inclusion in this year’s set of Joint Money Laundering Steering Group

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