Book No rest for the wicked : driving change in the UK's post-FATF evaluation AML regime / Tom Keatinge [and 4 others].
Publication year: 2019.
Call Number U543.R68 W7 no.19-1
Media class: Book
Publisher: London : Royal United Services Institute for Defence Security Studies
Series title: Whitehall report ; 1-19
Extent: 49 pages ; 30 cm.
"The surge of activity in the UK's anti-money laundering (AML) regime between 2015 and 2018 was notable, with a huge range of new strategies, initiatives and AML architecture being created largely, a cynic might say, in preparation for the decennial Financial Action Task Force (FATF) evaluation of the UK, which reported its findings in December 2018. In PR terms at least, the government's efforts seem to have paid off, with the UK receiving the highest aggregate scorings under the revised FATF evaluation methodology to date"--Description from publisher.
The FATF evaluation is over, now it's time for a strategy -- How effective is the UK's anti-money laundering regime, really? -- AML supervision of professions in the UK : significantly deficient or necessarily complex? -- Public-private information sharing : foundations for the future -- The next AML frontier : regulating the virtual asset economy -- No place for dirty money : tackling the proceeds of corruption in the UK -- Financial intelligence : an under-tapped resource.