BBA puts weight behind UK fraud review


Suggestions made in the review, which was originally published in July, included fraud measurement via the National Fraud Reporting Centre (NFRC); making fraud a policing priority like counter-terrorism; and ending present uncertainties over data-sharing between banks and law enforcement organisations.

In its response, the BBA said: "Fighting financial crime, as the fraud review recognises, must be a shared responsibility, involving the public, the private sector, government, law enforcement and

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