The EMA responded to the Home Office and HM Treasury Request for Information on the National Risk Assessment on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing.
The EMA responded to the Banco de Portugal consultation 3/2019 on draft Direction on reporting on the activity carried out in Portugal by financial entities with headquarters in another Member State of the European Union, operating in Portugal under the regime of freedom to provide services, to ML / TF prevention purposes.
The EMA responded to the UK Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) consultation on a Revised Roadmap for Open Banking UK.
The EMA responded to the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit Malta consultation on the national implementation of 5MLD.
The EMA’s CEO, Thaer Sabri, will be joining the speaker’s panel at Brunswick Group’s roundtable discussion on AML in the EU on 23 October 2019.
About the event:
The idea is to bring together key stakeholders, including Member State Attachés and/ or experts, European Parliament Assistants and other industry participants for a Chatham House exchange of views on the scale of the challenges in the area of AML, and how best to address these, including the role that cross-border cooperation, technology and data have to play in improving the ability of financial institutions, supervisors and law enforcement to better fight criminal activity in the financial system.
The EMA responded to Pay.UK’s Call for Information on the UKF Change Request for an FPS levy to fund the APP Scam “no blame” pot.
The EMA submitted a response to De Nederlandsche Bank’s consultation on the Q&A regarding Customer Journey Obstacles for Third Party Payment Initiation and Account Information Services.
The EMA submitted a response to the Central Bank of Ireland CP128 – Consultation on Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Guidelines for the Financial Sector on 5 April 2019.
The EMA submitted comments on the paragraph 7(b) of the Draft Interpretive Note to FATF Recommendation 15.