G7 on money laundering & terrorist finance

We are committed to fight against those who seek to abuse the international financial system for criminal or terrorist purposes, a statement released on Saturday 3 December following the G7 meeting in London said.

Tragic events such as those in London, Amman and in other parts of the world remind us of the critical need for continued action by the international community against such threats. This year we have taken forward a programme of practical measures that has significantly improved our

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