Report finds weaknesses remain in professional bodies' AML supervisors

News Team, 28/09/2021

The Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (OPBAS) has found “significant weaknesses” in the professional body anti-money laundering supervisors of the accountancy and legal sectors (PBSs).

In its latest report on progress made in tackling money laundering by professional body supervisors over the past year, the OPBAS found that PBSs have made improvements in recent years to achieve a level of compliance with the technical requirements of the Mone...

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