The German federal government has approved a draft law that it claims will fundamentally reorganise the country’s fight against financial crime.

Anti-money laundering (AML) will be prioritised, a money laundering investigation centre (MIC) will be established, and the country’s hitherto fragmented approach to combatting financial crime will be ended.

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