More resources needed to fight financial crime


Speaking at the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, Robinson pointed to a number of welcome developments. The introduction of a single offence for fraud and the creation of a National Fraud Strategy will be useful, "relating to the use of law enforcement resources to address fraud issues", he said. Collaboration between the FSA and other agencies is already leading to positive results. For example, he noted that the FSA had recently joined the Concerted Inter-agency Criminal

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