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Save our SARs

I am a fan of the philosophy of SARs: I think it is correct that businesses handling client money should be obliged to report to the authorities if they suspect that that money is the proceeds of crime or connected … Continue reading

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Paying the piper

On 16 November 2016, the UK government’s Home Affairs Select Committee concluded its examination of the UK’s proceeds of crime regime by publishing the government response to the fifth report of the committee in the form of an appendix to … Continue reading

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Reporting lines – direct or stoppers?

When friends come to visit us in Cambridge, I always warn them to get the fancifully-named Cambridge Cruiser trains – the non-stop ones – rather than the more leisurely stopping service which takes in the delights of Harlow Town, Elsenham … Continue reading

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