Analysis, Regulation & Supervision

Amla in Frankfurt: wurst decision yet?

By Ellesheva Kissin
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Frankfurt is to command financial crime policing across Europe, despite Germany’s patchy reputation when it comes to money-laundering. But it could also leave officials struggling to staff the new body.

The European Parliament last month chose the home of the European Central Bank as the seat of the ...

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