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Phase 1.5 AML/CTF Rules and Guidance

8 June 2021

The ABA strongly supports the objectives of the AML/CTF regime. It also strongly supports that the obligations be simplified, streamlined and clarified, and the regulatory burden reduced where possible.
While we are supportive of these amendments overall, the ABA seeks clarification on aspects of the draft Rules and Guidance.

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