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From little acorns

Apologies for the confusion at the start of my blog post on 4 September: I was not back at all, but actually watching elephants swimming in Botswana.  I wrote a couple of posts in advance, to cover my absence, and … Continue reading

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A case in point

I’m ba-ack!  So let’s leap straight in with a complaint.  As every MLRO knows, nothing enlivens an AML training session like a story – known officially as a case study.  At the moment, staff are lapping up details of “the £16 … Continue reading

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RUSI and the red team

Regular readers will know how I love “crisp” writing: writing that is clear, well-structured, unambiguous and just that little bit elegant.  (Compare and contrast with most of the hurried, rambling and frankly inaccurate drivel that appears online these days.)  Two … Continue reading

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A dash of pedantry

A small matter, this week, but one of great interest to me: to hyphenate or not to hyphenate?  I have always written “money laundering” but there are those – among them, the Economist newspaper, whose style guide I trust in … Continue reading

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On the campaign trail

Recently I was asked to provide some text to be considered for inclusion in an AML awareness campaign – I’m not sure yet whether my contribution has been accepted but I will let you know.  I was therefore already thinking … Continue reading

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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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Interesting times

I like AML legislation as much as the next person – perhaps more, unless that person is an MLRO.  If there’s updated AML legislation on the horizon I really look forward to it, and I’ve been on tenterhooks for about … Continue reading

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E for effort

Here I am, back from my holiday, refreshed and raring to go.  I will admit that I was feeling rather jaded before my break, and wondering whether AML – or more specifically, AML and I – had run its course.  … Continue reading

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Confession is good for the soul

Today’s question: in what way is an AML trainer like a Catholic priest?  Let me set the scene (which I shall keep deliberately vague, for reasons that shall become obvious).  Some time ago I was invited in to see a … Continue reading

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Turn and face the strange

I am in reflective mood.  Over a recent wet weekend my husband and I tidied out our loft.  (I know: not for us a glamorous mini-break in San Tropez.)  And amongst the usual broken suitcases, comically out-of-date clothes and half … Continue reading

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