Opinion, Regulation & Supervision

UK’s new fincrime law is a start, now banks need to step up

By Matt Neill
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Financial crime costs the UK economy as much as £100bn each year, estimates the government, a figure that has steadily increased alongside the post-pandemic growth in online payments and digital banking. 

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