by Matthew R. Madara (Tax Notes)
by Francesco Guarascio (Reuters)
In a bid to cut terrorist funding after January 2015 attacks on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, the EU adopted stricter rules against money laundering and began naming countries with legal loopholes that could be exploited by militant organizations to get funding.
by Cynthia Kroet (POLITICO Europe)
“The application of EU law to Gibraltar does not create new or supplementary rights between the U.K. and Gibraltar that are in addition to those flowing from U.K. and Gibraltar constitutional law,” wrote Advocate General Maciej Szpunar. The European Court of Justice usually follows the line of thinking of its advocate generals, and will rule on the case in the coming months.