Lithuanian central bank welcomes anti-money laundering centre

The Bank of Lithuania

Lithuania’s central bank has welcomed plans by the country’s government to set up an anti-money laundering inter-agency taskforce involving itself and the finance ministry.

The Bank of Lithuania says in a statement the government plans to found a “centre of excellence” in AML enforcement. The central bank says it will help set up the centre, along with the finance ministry and “certain commercial banks operating in Lithuania”.

It says several other state organisations, including the financial

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