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AML Symposium at the European Parliament REPORT

The Anti-Money Laundering Europe AML Symposium held at the European Parliament, on 11 April 2024, marked a pivotal moment in the ongoing efforts to strengthen the regulatory framework against financial crime across the European Union. Over 50 participants, including high-level speakers from EU Institutions, along with representatives from the financial sector, gaming, arts, and sports gathered to discuss the comprehensive new measures introduced in the latest Anti-Money Laundering (AML) package.  

The AML Symposium provided valuable insights into the practical applications and implications of new AML legislation, including in depth discussions on the harmonisation of AML rules, the expansion of the regulatory scope, and the innovative approaches needed for effective implementation.  

Key takeaways from the event highlighted a strong commitment from EU institutions and industry stakeholders to enhance the effectiveness of AML measures and adapt to the evolving landscape of financial crimes. There was broad agreement on early engagement, providing clear guidelines, enhancing information sharing between private entities and law enforcement, and extensive training to ensure all parties are familiar with their roles and responsibilities under the new AML regulatory framework. Additionally, there was a strong focus on practical implementation, including the standardisation of suspicious transaction reports. Finally, the vital importance of ongoing dialogue, cooperation and transparency among all stakeholders was acknowledged.  

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