Category Archives: Publications

New Guernsey piggies in the sty

A very quick post specifically for my Guernsey readers.  Just for you, I have: Read the new Schedule 3 and Handbook cover to cover Updated all five of my piggy books – for NEDs, and for the accountancy, banking, fiduciary … Continue reading

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Made to measure

About once a year I will say in a dreamy voice, “Perhaps I should do a PhD in criminology…”.  I love the idea of spending months in the library as I craft my thesis, and then becoming the first-ever Dr … Continue reading

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EU, FIUs, STRs and AML

Last week Europol – or, more fully, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation – published a report entitled “From Suspicion to Action – Converting financial intelligence into greater operational impact”.  The report examines the AML framework within the … Continue reading

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I’ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want

Regular readers will know that when it comes to consultations, I am Pavlov’s respondent: tell me you want my opinion and I’m slavering to give it.  Indeed, so regular is my participation that I have a whole email folder entitled … Continue reading

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Thoroughly Modern Piggies

So tell me: what did you do this weekend?  Sit in the garden?  Sail to France?  Slap a few prawns on the barbie?  I did none of these: instead, I sat at my desk, surrounded by the new Money Laundering, … Continue reading

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Prize porkers

As visitors to my website and this blog cannot help but notice, I have written a few books about AML.  There are two series of the “piggy” books – one for directors (with their AML oversight responsibilities) and one for … Continue reading

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Artful dodges?

I have written before about the potential for money laundering presented by the art world.  Of course, I know this in theory only: I have never once been the customer of an art auction house.  (I spent some childhood years … Continue reading

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A consultation too far?

Regular readers will know that I am quite taken with consultations: I like people asking my opinion nearly as much as I love giving it.  I tend to respond to AML-themed ones most avidly, but in recent months I have … Continue reading

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Potential publication: your views, please

This is not like my usual blog posts, which is why it is appearing at the weekend.  I have had an idea for another AML project – you know how I love a juicy AML project – and I want … Continue reading

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The slippery slope of blame

Last weekend we were at a local garden centre – they do lovely cakes – and outside the café they had set up a mock garden.  In it was a children’s slide, with a sign propped up on its steps: … Continue reading

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