Combating financial crime remains high on FSA's agenda


Robinson looked back over three years of the FSA's campaign against financial crime, and highlighted how much larger the challenge has become for firms to keep a step ahead of the fraudsters. Although the FSA has made a concerted effort to work with the larger financial services firms to combat money laundering, smaller firms have been somewhat neglected (as highlighted by the FATF assessment, see separate story), and as such Robinson announced the FSA's new approach to assessing and mitigating

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