EU ministers agree to set up EU anti money laundering body
05 Nov 2020

European Union finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to set up an EU body that would fight money laundering across the 27-nation bloc, supporting a European Commission proposal from May.

The council of finance ministers also gave their backing for the Commission to harmonise EU anti-money laundering rules and provide coordination and support for national Financial Intelligence Units of EU countries.

The Commission is to present legal proposals to turn that agreement into reality in the first quarter of next year.

By Jan Strupczewski, Reuters, 4 November 2020

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