TALLINN - The Riigikogu finance committee on Tuesday was briefed by Finance Minister Martin Helme about anti-money laundering (AML) activities; the minister also talked about the agreement concluded with the law firm Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan.
"The law for the prevention of money laundering and terrorist finance adopted by the Riigikogu in June definitely plays an important role in anti-money laundering activities. At today's sitting the discussion focused on how the contract was signed with the law office which starts to represent Estonia's interests in i...
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