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Nicaraguan law makes lawyers responsible for AML processes

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As Nicaragua passes a new law making lawyers responsible for implementing anti-money laundering processes, in-house counsel have hailed it as an opportunity for them to act as the “ethical gatekeepers” in the Central American country’s new legal landscape, though others are concerned for the lack of clarity over what exactly legal teams must now do.   

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