Accuity: The 4th EU AML Directive Is Looming Over The European Union. How Should Banks Prepare?

Debates over domestic Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) identification procedures and implications for the financial industry seem never-ending. Banks’ representatives, lawyers and consultants of all sorts are rushing to voice their opinions on 4th EU AML Directive, due in late 2014.

The European Parliament already voted its first reading of this draft legislation in order to consolidate the work done so far and hand it over to the next Parliament. This ensures that the MEPs newly elected

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