The recent anti-money laundering Italian regulation
BANCARIA, 2013, vol. 11, 54-58
Italy has further strengthened its anti-money laundering regulatory framework with the recent Bank of Italy’s provisions relating to customer due diligence.The new rules, in particular, made it clear that the intensity and extent of due diligence should be modulated according to the principle of a riskbased approach.This means that banks have to identify and assess money laundering risk and put in place systems and controls to manage and mitigate it
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