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Money Laundering: Information Sharing and the Extended Moratorium Period

The White Collar Crime Centre has today published a collection of Briefing Papers examining the Criminal Finances Act 2017 amendments to the anti-money laundering suspicious reporting regime in Part 7 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The three Briefing Papers provide points for further consideration and draw out potential complications of the amendments to the information sharing regime and the extension of the moratorium period. Read the collection here.

The White Collar Crime Centre was set up by Bright Line Law to promote research into financial and corporate wrongdoing, produce policy and strategic briefings, and provide consultancy and training services at the highest level. Established in 2016, The White Collar Crime Centre is non-partisan and independent of government and external funding. Research Associates and contributors to the work of The White Collar Crime Centre include external, independent lawyers from a diverse range of backgrounds.

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