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    30 January 2018

    The importance of tone from the top and why it should not be underestimated

    As firms continue to navigate the labyrinthine minefield of legislation and regulation and claw their way up the evolutionary ladder of compliance with standards that appear to have moving goal posts, ‘tone from the top’ has never been more important.....More

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    15 January 2018

    Why policy makers should shoulder responsibility for UK failings

    In November 2017, Transparency International (TI) published the report Hiding in Plain Sight which further highlighted the attractiveness of UK Plc to those that wish to launder the proceeds of corruption or value of other criminal origin.....More

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    29 April 2015

    Banks – between a rock and a hard place?

    Yesterday the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK released a statement of their expectations of Banks’ management of money laundering risk:....More

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    13 April 2015

    A Call for Information, but are we asking the right questions?

    In the UK Anti-Corruption Plan, published on 18 December 2014, the Government committed to carrying out a review of the suspicious activity reports (SARs) regime contained in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (PoCA) and the Terrorism Act 2000 by July 2015. The purpose of which is to develop ways of better identifying money laundering and the financing of terrorism, and to prevent the movement and use of the proceeds of crime. The Home Office has, therefore, launched a ‘Call for Information’ in relation to SARs and firms are invited to respond to various questions.....More

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