UK Forges Ahead With Crypto, E-Money Reforms, Unveils 5th AMLD Strategy

The UK has opened consultations on its approach to EU-wide anti-money laundering reforms, restating its plans to regulate a wider range of crypto-asset activities and tighten controls on e-money institutions.

HM Treasury is seeking feedback on its transposition of the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5th AMLD) until June 10 this year, with the reforms due to be complete no later than January 10 next year.

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