Government must clean up money laundering rules
It’s difficult for me not to shudder a little on hearing a mention of the Government’s dreaded draft money laundering regulations. They could…
It’s difficult for me not to shudder a little on hearing a mention of the Government’s dreaded draft money laundering regulations. They could not only impose significant extra costs on solicitors for compliance but also reduce the competitiveness of UK firms by gold-plating the implementation of the EU directive. They could put even conscientious solicitors at risk of conviction and imprisonment.
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