Deep dive, Regulation & Supervision

Labour’s big plans to stir up the City on illicit finance

By David Prosser and Barbara Pianese
Illicit finance
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer on the campaign trail. Image via Getty

As Labour eyes a landslide victory in the upcoming UK election, can a change of government solve the UK’s illicit finance problem?

Even the sitting Conservative government concedes that the stench of money-laundering hangs around the City. Up to 40 per cent of the world’s “dirty money,” according ...

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