With the Egmont Group calling on financial intelligence units to work with international partners to tackle tax crime-related money laundering, Rahman Ravelli’s Aziz Rahman gave his thoughts to Thomson Reuters.
Rahman Ravelli’s Senior Partner told Thomson Reuters’ Regulatory Intelligence that the Group’s report will help anti-money laundering compliance specialists but have no legal standing. He explained that the report from the Group could help with the creation of national strategies and ensure cooperation between financial intelligence units.
Aziz also outlined his belief that the Group’s report may help organisations become more adept at identifying the laundering of money from serious tax crimes.
Aziz's comments can be read here. (Subscription required)