Cross-border transactions face EU anti-money laundering overhaul

Global Trade Review
January 8, 2020

Simon Cook was quoted in the article, "Cross-border transactions face EU anti-money laundering overhaul," which was published by Global Trade Review on January 8, 2020.

Incoming EU-level reforms to anti-money laundering laws are set to take legal effect on January 10, introducing new requirements for banks handling transactions linked to high-risk countries. There is some dispute between the European Commission and Council over which countries are considered high risk in terms of money laundering.

Simon commented that it's a potential issue if countries that remain on the high risk list despite efforts be removed are likely destinations for the trade finance market.

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