EBA sets out methods for AML risk assessments

Reports can be triggered by concerns over authorities’ anti-money laundering frameworks

European Banking Authority headquarters

The European Banking Authority published details on December 17 of its methods of assessing risk in competent authorities’ efforts against money laundering and terrorist financing.

The five-step process begins with EBA staff identifying “emerging risks” in money laundering and terrorist financing to focus on. The EBA staff look for ML/TF risks that will “have an EU-wide impact and affect at least a number of national competent authorities”. They will be guided by, among other sources, the

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