- EU beefs up criminal sanctions, jail terms in AML fight
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- Stronger, harmonised rules on money-laundering across the EU
- Directive on criminalising money laundering
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Law360, London: The European Parliament and Council of the EU said on Thursday 7 June 2018 that they have informally agreed to new measures that will use criminal law to step up the bloc’s fight against money laundering, including imposing minimum penalties on criminals and banning them from holding public roles.
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