Article: EU to name and shame banks that fail to fight money laundering

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EU to name and shame banks that fail to fight money laundering

Jon Ihle, 08 May 2021

The European Banking Authority (EBA) is setting up a centralised database to name and shame financial institutions in the EU that have weak anti-money laundering (AML) controls.

The EBA, which is responsible for creating a single rulebook for bank regulation in the EU, said the new database would be a “key tool” for coordinating the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. Continue reading “Article: EU to name and shame banks that fail to fight money laundering”

Analyst: Heiko Ihle

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Heiko Ihle is a Managing Director of Equity Research at H.C. Wainwright whose research focuses on companies in the Metals and Mining industry. Prior to joining H.C. Wainwright, Mr. Ihle worked as a Senior Research Analyst at Euro Pacific Capital where his research was also focused on the Mining industry. Prior to that, Mr. Ihle worked at Gabelli & Company covering both the Industrials and E&C industries. Mr. Ihle also completed summer internships with Deutsche Bank on the foreign exchange trading desk and on fixed income sales, in New York and Germany, respectively.

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