Anti-Money Laundering Regulation of Cryptocurrency: U.S. and Global Approaches
12 June 2018
Members of Washington, D.C.’s Financial Services Regulatory and Litigation and Investigations groups recently authored an article on U.S. and global cryptocurrency anti-money laundering risk considerations.
The chapter showcases A&O’s multi-jurisdictional reach and international knowledge of the global approach to AML regulations, incorporating insight from A&O lawyers in five jurisdictions.
International contributors include Jane Jiang, Tiantian Wang, and Jason Song (China); Dennis Kunschke (Germany); Giovanni Battista Donato, Emanuela Semino, and Amilcare Sada (Italy); Neyah van der Aa, Robin van Duijnhoven, and Daphne van der Houwen (the Netherlands); Ben Regnard-Weinrabe and Heenal Vasu (UK); and Justin Cooke, Lindsay Kennedy, Derek Manners, and Chelsea Pizzola (U.S.).
The full chapter can be read here. In addition our fee-earners have also authored a chapter on Anti-Money Laundering Regulation of Cryptocurrency: United Kingdom.
The articles were first published in The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Anti-Money Laundering 2018 and on www.iclg.com, where you can see the full content of the book free of charge.