Hung out to dry?


Complaints about the UK's anti-money laundering regime are nothing new - ever since its regulator started slapping large fines on financial services firms, there's been a bit of whinging from certain quarters. However, now that most firms have implemented programmes, senior executives are asking where the AML-related arrests and convictions are. Indeed, firms now have a growing interest in the results that law enforcement produce over the entire range of potential financial crimes, and for the

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