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Doing it for themselves

Money Laundering Bulletin

Doing it for themselves

Anti-money laundering supervisors may becreated equal under their enabling statutes but as with the entities theyregulate, in practice there is wide variation in compliance: nowhere is thismore evident than among self-regulatory organisations. Sue Grossey teststhe strengths and weaknesses in the UK’s SRO oversight model.

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