SPECIAL REPORT: BREXIT – WHAT NOW FOR THE UK’S AML REGIME?
27 Sep 2016

As the EU forges ahead with a ‘fifth AML Directive’ requiring a public register of trusts, KYC360 specialist researcher, Colleen Stretch, considers what Brexit will mean for the future of the UK’s financial regulatory regime.

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