Governance & Reporting, Opinion, Regulation & Supervision

It’s time to 'consider overhauling the FCA'

By Matthew Russell

Stripping the Financial Conduct Authority of its anti-money laundering responsibilities in favour of a single ‘mega supervisor’ is one of the boldest ideas this government has had to tackle dirty money. The UK current anti-money laundering regime is ripe for an overhaul: now is the time for bold action.


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