The Dutch government has laid out an ambitious programme of reform for its anti-money laundering (AML) efforts, with recent high-profile failures nipping at the country’s heels ahead of a major review of its crime-fighting controls.
On Sunday, the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Justice and Security jointly announced a suite of new AML measures ranging from a push for a stronger central European supervisor to a ban on cash payments of more than €3,000.
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