4th AMLD 2015, Transposing Jun 2017: Risk-Based Approach & Tax Havens
The 4th Directive, which came into force on June 26, 2015 was designed to bring a more robust risk-based approach to the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing across all Member States of the European Union.
The Directive includes some fundamental changes to the anti-money laundering procedures, including changes to CDD, a central register for beneficial owners and a focus on risk assessments. However, with proper preparation and training, the transition to the new regime should be seamless for most firms.
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