FSA unveils crime plans


Philip Robinson, financial crime sector leader at the FSA, made it clear in his speech to one conference on financial crime that when it comes to money laundering, he expects "senior management to manage those risks as they would many others to which their firm is exposed – putting resources where there is most marginal benefit and to resource that activity adequately, against the backdrop of their legal obligations." He added that the FSA was, in its inspections of firms' AML frameworks

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