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AML Symposium 

at the European Parliament


11 APRIL 2024 | 14:00-16:30 CEST


Highlights and interviews



years fighting
financial crime


Anti-Money Laundering Europe (AME) is a Brussels-based public and private sector forum dealing with EU financial crime issues managed by Schuman Associates.


Our goal is to provide a platform for those interested in strengthening EU AML/CFT policy and legislation by ensuring effective dialogue and cooperation with key EU and international policy-makers on a wide range of issues such as fraud, economic and financial crime, terrorist financing, corruption, sanctions and virtual currencies. 


AME collaborates with other AML-related associations, NGOs and think tanks.


AME members engage directly with EU and international institutions to exchange views, debate and provide inputs to policy-making on a wide range of issues - from money laundering and fraud to terrorist financing.


Twice per year, AME members meet in Brussels with high-level EU and international institutions to exchange views on AML issues and to provide relevant input to policy makers


AME members receive regular intelligence updates on EU AML issues including counter-terrorist financing and financial crime



AME Secretariat l
Schuman Associates 


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