Chapter 4: Implementing international conventions and the Third EU Directive
The anti-money laundering policy of EU Member States is a policy that comprises of many international norms, stemming from different international organizations and the European Union. All of these international norms have to be implemented into national legislation. This chapter assesses how EU Member States perform on implementing relevant international conventions and analyses the time delays of EU Member States in implementing the Third EU Directive.
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