AMLID

The Anti-Money Laundering International Database (AMLID) is a centralized database that is used globally to store information and track activities related to money laundering. It analyzes anti-money laundering (AML) laws and regulations and includes contact details for anti-money laundering authorities in various countries. 

AMLID serves as a valuable reference tool for law enforcement officials, investigators, and professionals handling money laundering cases across different jurisdictions. This database analyzes laws and penalties aimed at combating money laundering. AMLID also enables financial institutions and regulatory authorities to identify and prevent illicit financial transactions.

Frequently asked questions

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Is AMLID’s Data Private?

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Who is Responsible for Managing AMLID?

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What is the International Money Laundering Information Network (IMoLIN)?

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What is the IMoLIN System?

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Who are IMoLIN’s partner Organizations?

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