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The DT4C Alliance’s positions and statements are designed to communicate the views of its members on a wide range of important topics for the sector.

2024 DT4C Alliance EU Manifesto

The Data and Technology for Compliance (DT4C) Alliance, representing the united voice of data and technology companies committed to combating corruption and money-laundering, publishes its EU Manifesto, outlining key legislative and regulatory priorities for our sector in the fight against financial crime in the next mandate. The Manifesto addresses critical challenges facing the industry and provides recommendations aimed at ensuring the resilience and competitiveness of the EU’s anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) ecosystem.

DT4C Alliance welcomes the provisional agreements on AMLD6 and AMLR

The Data and Technology for Compliance (DT4C) Alliance welcomes the recent provisional agreements reached by the Council of the EU and the European Parliament on the 6th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD) and Regulation (AMLR), as part of the comprehensive anti-money laundering and terrorist financing legislative package.

DT4C Alliance welcomes AMLA provisional agreement (8 January 2024)

The Data and Technology for Compliance (DT4C) Alliance welcomes the recent provisional agreement reached by the Council of the EU and the European Parliament on the creation of the new European authority for countering money laundering and financing of terrorism (AMLA).

The DT4C Alliance calls on the European Commission to take action and urge Member States to sustain access to beneficial ownership registers for all entities with legitimate interest (4 October 2023)

On behalf of the Data and Technology for Compliance (DT4C) Alliance,representing compliance data and technology providers Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dun and Bradstreet, Encompass, Moody’s Analytics, and LexisNexis Risk Solutions, we wish to express our wholehearted support for the joint letter of MEP Niedermayer and MEP Tang of 3 July, which underscores the urgent need for action to prevent further harm to the fight against money laundering and to ensure the ongoing economic stability and security of the European Union and its citizens.

Open statement ahead of AML trilogue negotiations (9 May 2023)

The Data & Technology for Compliance (DT4C) Alliance welcomes the adoption of the European Parliament’s reports on the AML package and the start of the inter-institutional negotiations with the Council. The work achieved so far in both the European Parliament and the Council is significant, and we thank the co-legislators for reaching positions which provide a solid framework for the upcoming trilogues.
Despite the good progress made so far, the DT4C Alliance would like to draw attention of co-legislators to a number of issues that still merit continued careful consideration during the upcoming trilogue discussions in order to ensure that the final AML package is fit-for-purpose and future-proof.