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Bankers: Money-Laundering, Reporting Obligations and the New Criminal Finances Bill  

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The Criminal Finances Bill was introduced to the UK House of Commons on 13 October 2016. It will significantly improve the government's ability to: tackle money laundering and corruption, recover the proceeds of crime and counter terrorist financing. (see full course description)

 

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Bankers: Money-Laundering, Reporting Obligations and the New Criminal Finances Bill

Objectives of the Presentation


  • New powers and safeguards

  • Improve the UK capability to recover the proceeds of crime, including international corruption

  • Transforming the relationship between public and private sectors

  • Enhancing the UK law enforcement response

  • Combating the financing of terrorism

Why Should you Attend

The bill is a key element of one of the most significant changes to our anti-money laundering and terrorist finance regime in over a decade. It is part of a wider package of measures aimed at strengthening the government´s response to money laundering and improving the amount of criminal assets confiscated by the state (and, where possible, returned to victims). This includes:


  • Improving the effectiveness of the supervisory regimes for the regulated sector

  • Reforming the Suspicious Activity Report (SARs) regime, including investment in systems and processes to complement the legislation

  • A cross-government action plan on asset recovery

  • Increasing our international reach through events like the Anti-Corruption Summit in May 2016 to build capacity with overseas partners, reflecting the global nature of this issue

Areas Covered

The facets for the Criminal Finances Bill


  • The Criminal Finances Bill

  • Unexplained wealth orders

  • Disclosure orders

  • Power to obtain further information and extend the SARs moratorium period

  • Information sharing

  • Seizure powers

  • Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) amendments

  • Terrorist financing

  • Corporate failure to prevent tax evasion


Seminar Summary:

The Criminal Finances Bill was introduced to the UK House of Commons on 13 October 2016. It will significantly improve the government's ability to: tackle money laundering and corruption, recover the proceeds of crime and counter terrorist financing. (see full course description)

 

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