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17 December 2019

Auditors’ role in anti-money laundering National requirements for banks and insurance companies

What is the auditor’s role in national anti-money laundering requirements for banks and insurance companies? We have contacted Accountancy Europe experts from twenty countries to acquire information on the national state of play.

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