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Anti-money laundering legislation was first
introduced in the early 1990s to combat the laundering of drugs money. It was limited initially to customer due diligence. In recent years it has been significantly extended to now include the owners of customers and it has introduced
risk assessment. With complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity has been brought into this legislation. This has been recognised by the European Commission in the drafting of the 4th Directive.
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