China Central Bank Creates AML Regulations For Online FIs

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The People’s Bank of China has announced new anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorism financing regulations for online financial institutions (FIs). According to Reuters, the new rules — which take effect on Jan. 1 — order institutions to set up internal control mechanisms for preventing money laundering and terrorism financing, following know your customer (KYC) rules, and reporting large and suspicious transactions quickly.

The country’s central bank added that it would improve its own supervision process for fighting money laundering and terrorism financing.

China isn’t the only region dealing with these issues. Earlier this year, it was revealed that Iceland’s efforts over the last decade to focus on crimes that were associated with the financial crisis around the globe


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