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If you are looking for effective, compliant anti-money laundering training or other AML consulting, guidance, or support in your fight against money laundering, please read on.

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Susan Grossey runs Thinking about Crime Limited. It is a one- person anti-money laundering consultancy that works with institutions in the regulated sector to help them comply with the anti-money laundering legislation in their jurisdiction. The usual point of contact is the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO), but of course anyone who has responsibility for or an interest in AML and protecting their institution from money laundering is welcome to get in touch. TaCL works mainly (but not only) in the UK, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man – specialising in anti money laundering (AML) training and consulting solutions, including the writing of AML policies and AML procedures.
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New Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 come into force in the UK The new Regulations are now confirmed (see here for the text) and came into force on 26 June 2017. Please note that all of my UK-flavoured piggy books (including a new one for estate agents) have now been updated to match the new Regs - and by the magic of print-on-demand publishing, any ordered from this moment on will be the new versions.  Please pop over to the Publications page for piggy purchase possibilities. Brexit and AML The UK has voted to leave the EU, and on 29 March 2017 the UK PM triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.  This sets the clock ticking: the UK has two years in which to negotiate the divorce.  Until the two years are up the UK is still part of the EU, and still covered by the requirements of EU legislation (including the Fourth Money Laundering Directive). See the latest money laundering headlines here.
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