Regulator-firm communication on AML 'harder and harder'

The level of dialogue between institutions and regulators on anti-money laundering (AML) needs to improve, says Amanda Gilmour, product director at banking software company Temenos.

Gilmour was speaking to Operational Risk & Regulation after Temenos hosted a financial crime and AML seminar in London.

"The panellists acknowledged you have government organisations on one side and the business on the other side, and regulation seems to be becoming a bit of a buffer between the two, so communicating

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