TALLINN – Representatives of over 6,000 businesses, freelance professionals and nonprofits responded to a questionnaire on awareness about and experiences concerning the prevention of money laundering and terrorist finance put before them by the Estonian Ministry of Finance this summer.
The information garnered from the responses serves as an important input to national risk assessment that is aimed towards higher-quality management of the risks related to money laundering and terrorist finance in Estonia, spokespeople for the Ministry of Finance said.&...
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