Midweek Roundup: UK Plans AML Tax, White Supremacists Publish Confidential Financial Intelligence Memo Online, and More

U.K. officials disclosed plans to impose a levy on financial institutions and other entities regulated for anti-money laundering purposes to fund the government's efforts to combat illicit finance, ACAMS reported. More White supremacists in New Zealand obtained and posted a confidential memo online that the country's financial intelligence unit provided domestic lenders to alert them of transactional typologies associated with domestic terrorism, the NZ Herald reported. More Deutsche Bank cleared a nearly €6 million transfer from a Swiss to a Cypriot lender on behalf of Jho Low months after the Malaysian financier was first named in news reports as...