The Australian Bankers’ Association’s submission on the review of the AML/CTF regime

14 November 2016

The ABA lodged a submission with the Attorney-General’s Department on the Industry Consultation Draft: Project Plan “Implementation of the recommendations from the statutory review of the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime”. The ABA remains fully supportive of the implementation of all 84 recommendations from the statutory review of the AML/CTF financing regime.

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