AML, KYC & Sanctions Policies and Regulations

The most important regulatory organizations on a global level are the United Nations and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) which is the global money laundering and terrorist financing ‘watchdog’. Their policies and recommendations are adopted by a wide range of countries (more than 200) as a standard and framework for their national regulations.

Besides those global organizations there are also regulators and laws on national levels which, depending on your market, could be relevant for your business. Some of the most relevant organizations in terms of international trade are for example the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) in the US or the European Commission in the EU. For more information on global and national regulations see our blog.