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2020: the year of COVID and Brexit - what has it meant for financial crime prevention?

United Kingdom - December 22 2020 The end of 2020 is finally within sight, and what a strange year it has been. In terms of financial crime prevention, 2020 has been a mixture of…

Emma Radmore.

Navigating financial regulation in 2021

European Union, United Kingdom - November 24 2020 Finally, the transition period will end on 31 December 2020, and, at the time of writing, negotiations between the UK and EU give no indication that…

Caroline Stevenson, Emma Radmore.

Financial regulation: getting back to "normal"?

United Kingdom - September 14 2020 COVID-19 has now been interrupting almost every aspect of work and life for so long, it's hard to remember what "normal" is. Or, maybe more…

Caroline Stevenson, Emma Radmore.

Court of Appeal upholds refusal to pay for fear of US secondary sanctions

United Kingdom - July 6 2020 The Court of Appeal has upheld a judgment that a borrower was justified in its refusal to make payments under a Facility Agreement where the ultimate…

Emma Radmore.

Making SARs better: Law Commission publishes recommendations

United Kingdom - June 19 2019 Following the Law Commission's appointment in 2017 to review specific aspects of the UK's AML regime, specifically the relevant provisions in POCA and…

Audrey Koh, Emma Radmore.