The UK government has also announced plans for a new anti-corruption co-ordination centre in London and to launch a consultation on a new corporate offence of failing to prevent fraud or money laundering. There are no further details of the proposals at present, but any resulting legislation would likely mirror section 7 of the Bribery Act 2010, where a commercial organisation is guilty of an offence if a person associated with it bribes another, intending to obtain or retain business. Offences of failing to prevent fraud and money laundering bring the laws into line with those affecting corruption and corporate manslaughter, where a corporate entity can be found guilty of an offence if its actions either caused or failed to prevent criminality. Failure to prevent tax evasion is not currently an offence, but a consultation is currently open.