South Korea releases stricter anti-money laundering guidelines for crypto

  • June 28, 2018
  • 2:55 pm ET

Don’t bother clicking this link unless you speak Korean, but thankfully Cointelegraph was there with the deets and it’s not good news for money launderers. The Financial Services Commission (FSC), South Korea’s top financial regulator, has revised their anti-money laundering guidelines following inspections of three domestic banks: Nonghyup, Kookmin, and Hana Bank.

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Don’t bother clicking this link unless you speak Korean, but thankfully Cointelegraph was there with the deets and it’s not good news for money launderers.

The Financial Services Commission (FSC), South Korea’s top financial regulator, has revised their anti-money laundering guidelines following inspections of three domestic banks: Nonghyup, Kookmin, and Hana Bank.


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