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Fight against #MoneyLaundering and #TerroristFinancing – Commission assesses risks and calls for better implementation of the rules

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Ang European Commission ay nagpatibay ng isang Communication at apat na mga ulat na sumusuporta sa European at pambansang awtoridad sa mas mahusay na addressing money laundering at mga panganib financing financing.

Ang Juncker Commission ay naglagay ng malakas na mga alituntunin ng EU sa lugar na may ikaapat at ang ikalimang Anti-Money laundering directives and reinforced the supervisory role of the European Banking Authority. The reports stress the need for their full implementation while underlining that a number of structural shortcomings in the implementation of the Union’s anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing rules still need to be addressed.

Unang Pangalawang Pangulong Frans Timmermans (nakalarawan) said: “We must close off all opportunities for criminals and terrorists to abuse our financial system and threaten the security of Europeans. There are some very concrete improvements which can be made quickly at operational level. The Commission will continue to support member states in this, while also reflecting on how to address the remaining structural challenges.”

Euro and Social Dialogue, Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said: “A credible framework for preventing and fighting money laundering and terrorist financing is essential to maintain the integrity of the European financial system. Yet, today’s analysis gives more proof that our strong AML rules have not been equally applied in all banks and all EU countries. This problem has to be addressed and solved sooner rather than later.”

Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Commissioner Věra Jourová said: “We have stringent anti-money laundering rules at EU level, but we need all member states to implement these rules on the ground. We don’t want to see any weak link in the EU that criminals could exploit. The recent scandals have shown that member states should treat this as a matter of urgency.”

Ang Communication at ang apat na mga ulat ay pag-aralan ang mga pagkukulang sa kasalukuyang pangangasiwa at kooperasyon ng anti-money laundering at tukuyin ang mga paraan upang matugunan ang mga ito. Ang mga natuklasan ay magsisilbing batayan para sa mga pagpipilian sa patakaran sa hinaharap kung paano palakasin ang EU anti-money laundering framework.

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