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Regulators zero in on private banking intermediaries

As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, the scrutiny on the intermediaries that use private banking services has increased in recent years, says a general manager at a global risk services firm. Law firms, financial advisers and accountancy or tax advisory firms, notes Chrisol Correia, general manager of AML international with LexisNexis Risk Solutions, are some intermediaries that deploy such services but…

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