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Criminal finances bill to boost National Crime Agency powers

October 13, 2016, The Law Society Gazette

Charlotte Hill is quoted in a Law Society Gazette article regarding the Criminal Finances Bill, which would boost the National Crime Agency (NCA) powers and increase the regulatory burden on financial services businesses. “This [approach confirms] the direction that anti-money laundering, terrorist financing and financial crime legislation are going in,” and it was driven by the fact that “criminals are getting cleverer,” she says.

Hill notes that better data-sharing between criminal and enforcement agencies, including the NCA and the Financial Conduct Authority, was welcome, but the NCA “does need the resources to do all this.”


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