Implementing the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive in National Law
Lawmakers in the EU are working hard on the implementation of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive and the Funds Transfer Regulation in international law. In Germany, the Federal Finance Ministry’s draft bill is finished, the ratification of which is anticipated in the first half of 2017.
How can financial institutions prepare for the new Anti-Money Laundering laws in time?
The new ACTICO white paper summarizes the most important aspects of the 4th EU Money Laundering Directive. The practical portion provides information for the technical environment required for the implementation of the risk-based approach. This allows financial institutions to start planning measures for implementing the rules right now.
The Content of the White Paper at a Glance
Overview of the New Anti-Money Laundering Regulations:
- Risk-based monitoring of business relationships and transactions
- Customer due diligence
- Beneficial ownership information
Milestones for Introducing the New Regulations:
- Increasing technical requirements for the risk-based approach
- Risk classification in the KYC profile
- Checking customer data against sanctions lists entries
- Monitoring financial transactions
- Automated analyses based on business rules
- Revision-proof documentation
- Monitoring relationship networks
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