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Meeting China’s New Anti-Money Laundering Requirements

Key challenges and emerging solutions to protect your institution


Growth in China remains a key objective for many global financial institutions. At the same time, growing new businesses in new locations leads to enhanced money laundering and sanctions risks.

During a time when enforcement has tightened over thematic Anti-Money Laundering (AML) examinations, meeting China's new AML requirements is critically important when considering business expansion. The repercussions of negative examination findings should not be underestimated.

The Forensic & Dispute Services team of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's China member firm recently surveyed 11 global financial institutions operating in China to understand their AML strategies. Learn about how you can help clients meet these challenges.

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