Tag: anti-money laundering/AML

Anti-money laundering or AML refers to laws and regulations designed to prevent people from hiding money that they’ve obtained in illegal ways.  From a compliance standpoint, AML regulations require that banks and other financial institutions follow rules and regulations to ensure they’re not issuing credit to or opening accounts for people who are participating in money laundering schemes or activities.

AML compliance officers are often appointed to oversee AML policies and ensure that organizations are compliant.

The following articles and resources cover many aspects of anti-money laundering as it relates to compliance and risk management.

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