VILNIUS – Lithuania plans to establish an anti-money laundering competence center as the Nordic and Baltic region has been hit by several money laundering scandals in recent years.
The new center's operation would be funded from contributions of the central Bank of Lithuania and commercial banks.
The Finance Ministry would represent the state in such an institution (its contribution would be symbolic and amount to one euro), and its founders would include the Bank of Lithuania, SEB, Swedbank, Luminor Bank and Siauliu Bankas. The Financial Crim...
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