We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.
Results 1 to 5 of 68
Most popular |Most recent


Fighting financial crime post Brexit: what next?

United Kingdom, European Union - March 19 2019 At the time of writing it is not clear whether the UK will be leaving the European Union on the basis of the Withdrawal Agreement, a No Deal scenario...


“2018: A year in review” Anti-money laundering, Tackling illicit finance

United Kingdom, European Union - February 8 2019 2018 was a busy year for anti-money laundering activity with a number of legislative changes, reports and headline speeches by law enforcement...

Nicholas Dent, Stephen Ferson, Nicola Finnerty, Alun Milford, Louise Hodges, Jill Lorimer, Caroline Day, Rebecca Niblock, Katherine Tyler, Edmund Smyth, David Sleight.


No deal Brexit and financial crime: proposed regulations published

United Kingdom, European Union - January 25 2019 The next in this series of our “no deal Brexit” blogs looks at the implications for measures tackling proceeds of crime. As politicians continue to...


Tackling illicit finance: lawyers under the spotlight

United Kingdom - January 15 2019 At the end of last year the National Crime Agency published its annual report on Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) for 2018. Media reporting (such as...


Working in partnership: a new publicprivate approach to tackle economic crime

United Kingdom - January 15 2019 2018 saw a major drive across government to tackling illicit finance and economic crime on the basis that “corruption and economic crime undermines...