Weekly Roundup: EU Ministers to Discuss Bloc-wide AML Regulator, UK Officials Route Iran Settlement Payment Through Third Country, and More

EU officials are scheduled to debate the establishment of a bloc-wide anti-money laundering supervisor next week, Reuters reported. More U.K. officials transferred £1.3 billion in court-ordered damages to Iran's Bank Mellat through an unidentified third country to circumvent U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic, the Times reported. More An IRS whistleblower secretly informed lawmakers in July that political appointees at the Treasury Department attempted to exert influence over the agency's audit of President Donald Trump's tax returns, The New York Times reported, citing sources. More U.S. officials warned India and all other "allies and partners" that buying Russian weapons could...