Anti-Money Laundering Office, Executive Yuan
Anti-Money Laundering Office, Executive Yuan (AMLO; Chinese: 行政院洗錢防制辦公室; pinyin: Xíngzhèng Yuàn Xǐqián Fángzhì Bàngōngshì) is an agency of the Government of the Republic of China to deal with money laundering matters in Executive Yuan.
|Formed||16 March 2017|
|Jurisdiction||Republic of China|
|Headquarters||Zhongzheng, Taipei, Taiwan|
The office was established on 16 March 2017, five years after the second round of an Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering performance review stated that Taiwan's existing laws regarding money laundering did not conform to international standards. Premier Lin Chuan stated at the opening ceremony that the office will help build a more transparent and orderly financial environment in Taiwan. Deputy Minister of Justice Tsai Pi-chung was appointed as the office's first director.
- Tsai Pi-chung (since 2017)
- Chao, Stephanie (17 March 2017). "Gov't launches Anti-Money Laundering Office". The China Post. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- Liu, Chien-pang; Wu, Lilian (16 March 2017). "Executive Yuan establishes Anti-Money Laundering Office". Central News Agency. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- Chen, Wei-han (17 March 2017). "Cabinet launches Anti-Money Laundering Office". Taipei Times. Retrieved 20 March 2017.
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