- Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing measures in the US
- Briefly, for those who don’t know, what is the FATF, its remit and the purpose and background of this review?
- What are some of the key findings coming out of the review (in particular the gaps identified)?
- What changes have been made since the review was conducted?
- What changes might this review herald and where do you think law makers and regulators will draw inspiration from to fill the gaps?
- How might this review therefore potentially impact on transatlantic business/financial services operations and those representing companies operating in that arena (such as you)?
Corporate Crime analysis: In December 2016, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) completed a detailed assessment of the United States’ anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing framework. Patrick Sinclair and Amanda Raad, government enforcement partners at Ropes & Gray LLP in Hong Kong and London respectively, consider the findings and implications of the review.
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