AMLU

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AMLUAnti-Money Laundering Unit (various nations)
AMLUAssociation of Minor League Umpires
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The anti-money laundering unit Mokas expressed its displeasure on Friday over suggestions that it would not carry out a credible investigation into a report linking President Nicos Anastasiades and his former law firm with the Troika Laundromat.
The bank manager then explained banking procedures concerning suspected fraud, where if such cases were detected by the bank's Anti-Money Laundering unit, a report would be made to the Suspicious Transaction Report (STR) system first, and not necessarily the account holder.
It is also supporting the Financial Regulatory Commission's efforts to develop operating procedures for its new anti-money laundering unit and anti-money laundering regulations for non-bank financial institutions.
Additionally, pursuant to the Decision dated 14 April 2011 issued by the Anti-Money Laundering Unit, the issuing bank must ensure that electronic payments comply with Anti-Money Laundering Authority measures for proper identification of customers and service providers.
The statement went on to specifically highlight the coordination with the Anti-Money Laundering Unit at Dubai Police General headquarters and the Central Bank of the UAE on the matter.
In November 2015, the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE), with assistance from the Dubai Police General Headquarters' Anti-Money Laundering Unit and the U.S.
The Dubai Police's anti-money laundering unit and the HMRC are working together and leading international operations that have dismantled organised criminal attacks on EU Revenue systems -- protecting over Dh6 billion.
Justice Department's asset forfeiture and money laundering section, and Frederick Reynolds, who is deputy director of the Treasury Department's anti-money laundering unit, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
The US Treasury Department's anti-money laundering unit, the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), said in a statement on Tuesday that Tanzania and Kenya have been removed from the list of countries that are cited as sources of money laundering, but that Turkey remains on the gray list.
Kasoulides said that just as there were cases of "two or three" names on the first list of Yanukovich associates whose assets were frozen in Cyprus, the island's authorities will undergo the same process and make the necessary checks with the central bank, the finance ministry and the anti-money laundering unit MOKAS, to see if any of the 21 Crimeans or Russians have assets in Cyprus.
FinCEN is the Treasury Department's anti-money laundering unit. Bitcoins, which have been around since 2008, are a form of electronic money that can be exchanged without using traditional banking or money transfer systems.
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