Banks savage the politics of AML


BRUSSELS – The level of co-operation financial services firms are receiving from law enforcement in the fight against money laundering was slammed at a late June conference hosted by the International Banking Federation (IBF) in Brussels.

Ian Mullen, chairman of the IBF, bemoaned the low priority placed on financial crime by law enforcement agencies – often as a result of government policy. "Money laundering is seen as a victimless crime – yet much of it is drug money," he said. "It is not a

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