Monday, January 25, 2021

Latvia pledges faster money laundering reform as pressure builds


Latvia’s prime minister has promised to accelerate an overhaul of the banking sector as fears grow that money laundering scandals could single the country out as high risk, prompting Swedish lenders to leave and isolating the Baltic state.

In an interview with Reuters, Krisjanis Karins said he would take earlier reforms a step further and change rules on management appointments at the country’s banking regulator while granting it the power to close banks with “dirty money”.


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