Following a string of scandals that called into question the Vatican's financial oversight efforts and prompted regulatory reforms, the city-state's bank is again turning a net profit-$76 million, to be exact. The push to rehabilitate the reputation of the Institute for Religious Works (IOR), also known as the Vatican Bank, has been led in part by Ren?© Bruelhart, who has headed the jurisdiction's Financial Information Authority since November 2014 and served as an advisor for the institution's anti-money laundering efforts since 2012. Bruelhart, who will deliver a keynote address at the ACAMS 11th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference Europe...
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