Perth Mint urged to come clean on finance law breaches

By Aaron Bunch
Updated June 21 2024 - 7:45pm, first published 7:43pm
Perth Mint should say how money laundering and terrorism financing laws were broken, a report says. (Tony McDonough/AAP PHOTOS)
Perth Mint should say how money laundering and terrorism financing laws were broken, a report says. (Tony McDonough/AAP PHOTOS)

Perth Mint should acknowledge its board was ultimately responsible for breaches of money laundering and terrorism financing laws, a Senate committee says.

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