Monthly Archives: October 2012

Coming thick and fast

Double-edged sword.  Poisoned chalice.  Sting in the tail.  Yes, it’s time to talk again about the risk-based approach.  With the advent of the RBA (see how chummy we are now, the RBA and I) we welcomed the idea of being … Continue reading

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My e-publishing adventure – part 13

It’s been a while, what with the summer “bumper beach read” July/August issue of Money Laundering Bulletin and other writing projects taking precedence, but at long last – to the joy of his eight readers worldwide – here is the … Continue reading

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Open at the photo page

I have a confession to make.  Last Friday I flew back into Stansted from Guernsey, and was about to avail myself of the “blue triangle sign, for arrivals from the Republic of Ireland and the Channel Islands” when for some … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to, well, me

As regular readers and long-time friends will know, I’ve been hanging around the AML locker room for many years now.  I started out as a self-employed person, and then in the same fortnight in 2003 two potential clients said that … Continue reading

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