The UK revamp: What will get lost in the shuffle?


The UK is set to embark on the most radical overhaul of its system for investigating and prosecuting white-collar crime for a hundred years. The outcome of a consultation process, launched at the end of July, is likely to be the unification of a plethora of intelligence, investigatory and prosecuting bodies under the single roof of an Economic Crime Agency (ECA). The wider system of powers and processes in fraud cases is also being reviewed with a view to saving the fraud-busting agencies time

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