Anti-Money Laundering Risk Revolution Planned by Government

June 8th, 2011

Accountancy Age

LONDON – The government is proposing to scrap more than two dozen criminal penalties underlying anti-money laundering procedures to encourage business to adopt a risk-based approach.

The aim is to focus compliance on the highest risk areas, discourage the prevalent tick-box approach and reduce the regulatory burden.

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