Treasury has launched a call for information on the government’s anti-money laundering (AML)/Counter Financing of Terrorism (CFT) supervisory regime. This follows the National Risk Assessment which identified supervision as an area of inconsistency (see ) and seeks to ensure compliance with FATF standards. The consultation focuses on the system of appointing supervisors, the powers of supervisors to incentivise compliance, adoption of the risk-based approach and how they interact with supervised businesses. Responses are sought until 2 June. (Source: Treasury consults on AML/CFT supervisory regime)