Germany plans to create a national financial crime authority with the aim of effectively fighting white-collar crime, vigorously enforcing sanctions and overcoming its reputation as a money-laundering hub.

A central element of the plan is to bundle the most important anti-money laundering and sanctions control competencies – currently dispersed across more than 300 financial crime agencies – under the umbrella of the new federal authority.

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