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Financial Crime

AFME with its members is advocating for a robust and effective anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CFT) regulatory framework that can be consistently applied at global, European and national levels. This is achieved by working closely with the industry experts and liaising with the relevant European/global regulators and stakeholders.

Key Priorities

  • Enhancing supervisory cooperation and frameworks to fight money laundering;
  • Fostering a culture of integrity with a focus on effective rules in the field of financial crime, enhancing regulatory dialogue;
  • Facilitating global regulatory convergence and cooperation to enhance international standards, regulatory dialogue, openness with other countries and supervisory cooperation.
Key Documents




Richard Middleton

Managing Director

Louise Rodger

Director, Head of Compliance