Opinion, Regulation & Supervision

UK efforts to tackle fincrime strangled by cacophony of voices 

By Frances Coppola
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A battle royale is raging over regulations which force UK banks to fight fincrime such as money-laundering, tax evasion and terrorist financing. 

Last year’s debanking scandal shone a spotlight on bank account closures. And a growing number of politicians and commentators say onerous regulation is harming the UK’s ...

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