Report: Romania should strengthen its anti-money laundering institutions

Although Romania has improved its legal framework and its ability to “freeze, seize and confiscate proceeds of crime,” national authorities must strengthen further the fight against money-laundering, according to a new Council of Europe report.

Skopje authorities urged to “amend legislation” in fight against terrorism financing

A new report from the Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering Committee (MONEYVAL) urges “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” to bring its legislation on terrorism financing into line with international standards.

Financial institutions warned over Bosnia and Herzegovina transactions

Financial institutions have been warned about deficiencies in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s efforts to tackle money laundering and the bankrolling of terrorist activities.

Report: Bulgaria must improve laws to fight money laundering

A report published today by anti-money laundering experts calls on Bulgaria to improve legislation on money laundering.

Unit fighting money-laundering reports on Croatia

The MONEYVAL Committee wants an increase in the number of convictions and of confiscation measures.