The European Commission has issued warnings to eight European Union member states for failing to adopt new anti-money laundering laws, reports Reuters.
On Wednesday, Cyprus, Hungary, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain received a "formal notice" from the commission for failing to adopt E.U. measures adopted in 2018 into national laws.
The rules were first proposed in 2016 following the terrorist attacks in Paris.
The measures are designed to better regulate...