Closed consultation

Suspicious activity reports regime

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Summary

Consultation on the suspicious activity reports regime and how to improve ways of identifying money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

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Consultation description

The purpose of this review is to develop ways of better identifying money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

We are seeking views on the operation of the suspicious activity reports regime, including:

  • how the reporting system can be made more efficient
  • how information sharing can be improved
  • what we can learn from international best practice

This consultation should be read particularly by those with responsibilities under the Proceeds of Crime Act or the Terrorism Act 2000 for reporting suspicious transactions.

Documents

Suspicious activity reports regime: call for information

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Published 25 February 2015
Last updated 21 April 2016 + show all updates
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