TALLINN - Estonia will allocate additional funds and manpower for its anti-money laundering efforts and for the purpose of rendering the activities of the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Police and Border Guard Board more efficient, according to Minister of Finance Martin Helme.
Helme on Tuesday met with US lawyer and former FBI chief Louis Freeh and the law firm Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan team advising Estonian government bodies in money laundering cases in the United States, spokespeople for the Ministry of Finance said.
"The Estonian ...
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