What is Anti-Money Laundering (AML)?

The system designed to assist institutions in their fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. In many jurisdictions, government regulations require financial institutions, including banks, securities dealers and money services businesses, to establish such programs. At a minimum, the anti-money laundering program should include:

  • Written internal policies, procedures and controls;
  • A designated AML compliance officer;
  • On-going employee training; and
  • Independent review to test the program.

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