The European Commission publishes a new five-year strategic plan to prevent organised crime across member states

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The European Commission has published a new five-year strategic plan to prevent organised crime across member states and beyond. The plan aims to increase police cooperation, target human trafficking and establish new rules to counter money laundering. Financial Institutions should take note of regulatory developments, as this sets the agenda for upcoming changes in EU-level regulatory requirements for AML and CTF.

https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/pdf/14042021_eu_strategy_to_tackle_organised_crime_2021-2025_com-2021-170-1_en.pdf

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