Financial institutions should participate actively in public-private information-sharing frameworks to foster a more effective anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) programme according to a paper published by the Wolfsberg Group.

The association of global banks that develops frameworks and guidance for the management of financial crime risks – particularly with respect to policies for AML/CFT and know your customer (KYC) – also says it fully intends to engage with the public sector, including law enforcement bodies.

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