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Financial Crime

AFME with its members is advocating for a robust and effective anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CFT) regulatory framework that can be consistently applied at global, European and national levels. This is achieved by working closely with the industry experts and liaising with the relevant European/global regulators and stakeholders.

Key Priorities

  • Enhancing supervisory cooperation and frameworks to fight money laundering;
  • Fostering a culture of integrity with a focus on effective rules in the field of financial crime, enhancing regulatory dialogue;
  • Facilitating global regulatory convergence and cooperation to enhance international standards, regulatory dialogue, openness with other countries and supervisory cooperation.
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Michael Naughton

Associate Director, Compliance, Control & Accounting (CCA)

Chitra Abhani

Associate, Compliance, Control and Accounting (CCA)