EU Bank Regulators Adopt Data Swap Rules In AML Fight
Law360, London (January 14, 2019, 4:17 PM GMT) -- Europe’s banking regulators agreed on rules on Monday that they said will help them to cooperate and exchange information on “weak links” in their fight against money laundering in the bloc.
The European Central Bank, the European Commission, the European Supervisory Authorities, alongside national regulators, agreed to cooperate to combat money laundering. The rules will ensure that regulators exchange information between themselves efficiently and quickly, the authorities said.
“Today Europe reaches another milestone in implementing our agenda to enhance money laundering supervision,” Valdis Dombrovskis, the commission vice president responsible for financial stability, said in a statement. “Bank supervisors and anti-money laundering...
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