EU issues AML paper for comment


The informal document includes technical criteria for assessing whether situations represent a low risk of money laundering or terrorist financing, and it also refers to the criteria for assessing the financial activities of certain people, in a section titled Financial activity on an occasional or very limited basis.

According to the paper, "some financial activities, such as money transmission and remittance services, are more likely to be used or abused for money laundering or terrorist

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