Pandora Papers Spark Calls To Expedite New AML Rules

By Al Barbarino (October 4, 2021, 7:37 PM EDT) -- The release over the weekend of the so-called Pandora Papers, a trove of millions of files detailing alleged money laundering by leaders across the world, led to renewed calls Monday for the U.S. to roll out imminent new anti-money laundering rules without delay.

The release of the 12 million leaked files — which detail the alleged secret deals and assets of 35 former and current world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Jordan's King Abdullah II bin al-Hussein — come as the U.S. Treasury Department's financial crimes unit works to finalize new anti-money laundering rules. 

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, the...

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