Comunicado de imprensa
MEPs will hear details from the EU Commission of their new procedure for identifying non-EU countries thought to be deficient in areas related to money transfers.
The announcement is expected during an exchange of views between the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, Věra Jourová, and the Economic Affairs and Civil Liberties committees.
Ms Jourová should outline the EU Commission’s new procedure for identifying high-risk countries with “strategic deficiencies” in areas ranging from anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing, to record keeping.
The two committees rejected the EU Commission’s two previous blacklists, arguing that they drew too closely on the work of the Financial Action Task Force and demanded a more independent compilation process.
TIME: Monday 4 December 18.45
PLACE: Paul-Henri Spaak building, room 3C050
The debate will be webstreamed