The Home Office has published the third issue of its new newsletter, Economic Crime Quarterly.
We've analysed the key findings for legal professionals from the UK's third National Risk Assessment.
We've published our response to a government consultation on the economic crime levy.
Plans to hit the legal profession with a levy have prompted solicitors’ leaders to warn of an unjustified negative impact on the sector.
Pooled client accounts are only subject to simplified due diligence if the bank assesses its business relationship with a firm as 'low risk'.
The foreign secretary has announced a new global sanctions regime separate from the wider EU structure.
Amy Bell discusses three red flags to watch out for with money laundering.
Shrinking budgets for the justice system have put it in crisis and the British people increasingly are left high and dry when it comes to accessing vital legal advice.
We've responded to an HM Treasury and HMRC technical consultation on changes to the registration of beneficial ownership information of trusts.
Rob Cummings, head of regulatory affairs and economic crime, outlines the recent amendments to the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.
Firms should be aware there will be a narrow window in which to review and adjust to changes to the AML regulations expected in January.
Pearl Moses, Law Society head of Risk and Compliance, shares how to make sure you’re prepared with your risk assessment.