Slovenia: more money-laundering investigations needed to tackle serious crimes

MONEYVAL Strasbourg 3 August 2017
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The number of money-laundering investigations has risen in Slovenia since the last evaluation in 2010, but it is still not commensurate with the number of investigations and convictions for proceeds-generating crimes, such as tax evasion, fraud and other economic crimes, as well as drug trafficking.

This is one of the key conclusions of the new report published today by the Council of Europe’s expert committee on money laundering and the financing of terrorism (MONEYVAL). (See also the summary of the report).

Given the existing risks of money laundering in Slovenia, a higher number of money-laundering investigations related to serious crimes is needed, the Council of Europe experts stress.

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