SOCA set to kick SARs into shape


Evans was speaking at a London conference on financial crime and money laundering in mid-June. He said the point of such changes would be to "operationalise SARs" to help law enforcement "do more with the information" firms provide, and that SOCA would work with the FSA, the Joint Money Laundering Steering Group, and the Money Laundering Advisory Group to develop the new reporting framework.

The SAR programme in the UK has been criticised by financial services firms as overly burdensome, and a

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