Customer Assessment Emerges as Regulatory Priority in Asia-Pacific

Firms increasing focus on anti-money laundering and know-your-customer requirements, Wolters Kluwer advisor says

Michael Thomas, senior advisor, anti-money laundering, Wolters Kluwer

Implementation of risk-based assessments of customers and a push to better establish ultimate business ownership are emerging as major regulatory compliance trends in the Asia-Pacific region, according to an anti-money laundering (AML) advisor at risk and regulatory technology provider Wolters Kluwer.

"There will likely be a further burst of regulatory change as fintech moves into the mainstream," says Michael Thomas, Shanghai-based senior advisor for anti-money laundering at Wolters Kluwer

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