AML and framework change at Nordea


Money laundering and tax evasion are almost certainly as old as money itself – no sooner were the first coins struck than people started scheming how to avoid handing them over, or how to conceal the origin of shadily acquired gold and silver. Enforcement and evasion have both moved on a great deal since the state-of-the-art solution was "bury it in a hole in the ground". But the last few years have seen unprecedented worldwide efforts to improve government scrutiny and control of the flow of

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