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The long goodbye [Video]

Money Laundering Bulletin

The long goodbye [Video]

The United Kingdom may have formally exited the European Union on 31 January 2020 but Brussels-made law still applies in the transition period till (at least) the end of the year. HM Treasury transposed the Fifth Money Laundering Directive by the 10 January 2020 deadline but that will be the last such occasion: the UK had already opted out of 6MLD, which seeks to harmonize the definition of predicate offences for ML and the penalties. Does that decision mark the start of legislative divergence and how will Brexit impact anti-money laundering policy and practice in the UK and EU going forward? Emma Radmore , Legal Director at Womble Bond Dickinson in London, looks ahead with Michael Kosmides .

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