Tag Archives: Thinking about Crime Limited

And Grossey hits a century!

Well, lovely readers, it is quite a day for this little blog!  This is my hundredth post since I went all hi-tech and relaunched my blog here on WordPress.  I can’t tell you how much I enjoy writing it – … Continue reading

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Cocaine stilettos and baths full of cash

When I first started providing AML training, back in the days when dancing and cookery programmes on the telly featured professionals rather than celebrities who fancied a go at our expense, it was quite hard to find real-life examples.  All … Continue reading

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Too organised for my own good

A friend who is thinking of going into business on his own asked me today what I think are the main desirable characteristics for a self-employed person.  I blathered on for a while about being self-starting, motivated and probably a … Continue reading

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Are we all making money from crime?

Out of the mouths of babes.  A while ago I was doing some introductory-level AML training – what money laundering is, why it matters, you know the drill – and someone asked a very interesting question.  “Is anti-money laundering the … Continue reading

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Blog beginnings

I’m not a blogging neophyte, as I’ve had a diary-style blog on my company website (www.thinkingaboutcrime.com) for years now.  But I am new to dedicated blogging software, so please forgive me if things are not where you expect them to … Continue reading

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