Wolters Kluwer: EU’s new money laundering rules create fog of uncertainty

The EU’s rules on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing are already tough, but they are about get tougher. The 4 th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD) “entered into force” in June 2015 and will become “applicable” when member states have transposed it into national law by June 2017.

As with most EU laws, “entering into force” is quite different from being “applicable”, which is confusing to say the least. But at least banks and other firms preparing to meet the

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