All EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive articles

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    Parliament moves to halt AML activities in Overseas Territories


    In an effort to stem the tide of money-laundering activites in Britain's 14 Overseas Territories (including the British Virgin Islands), the U.K. parliament accepted a cross-party amendment to the Sanctions and AML Bill that will force the territories to set up public registers of beneficial ownership.

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    EU AML Directive Fires Starting Pistol on Beneficial Owners Reform


    European financial firms are preparing to implement new anti-money laundering rules that will require reporting about the real owners of the businesses they work with. The rules, intended to help EU governments pursue tax crimes and terrorist financing, “will increase the level of transparency across all transactions,” says Ambrose Loughlin ...