High-Risk Country Blacklist Tops EU Agenda For First Week Back

The European Commission has put reform of how it assembles its list of high-risk third countries at the top of its agenda as a fresh legislature returned to Brussels to confront issues of financial crime.

In the first exchange of views on the topic of anti-money laundering (AML) in the new session of the European Parliament, José Manuel Campa, chair of the European Banking Authority (EBA), and Alexandra Jour-Schroeder, deputy director-general at DG Justice and Consumers, staked out their positions and faced questions from MEPs.

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