The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has said that it will boost its checks on law firms after finding that a fifth of firms were not complying with money laundering regulations.

The U.K. regulator warned of a tougher stance on non-compliance after it found that 21% of 400 firms written to earlier this year either did not address all the risk areas required or sent over something other than a firm risk assessment.

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