Eurozone supervisors voice concerns over AML regime


The European Union’s three supervisory agencies, or ESAs, have warned that national supervisors are too slow in dealing with increased money-laundering risks created by new technology.

The European Banking Authority, European Securities and Markets Authority and European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority also warned there are other significant weaknesses in anti-money laundering regimes in the bloc. They issued their warning in a joint official opinion published on October 4.


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