Current and Future Financial Crime Risks 2017 (UK)

LexisNexis Risk Solutions has published their UK report: Future Financial Crime Risks 2017. The report builds on research from over 170 financial crime experts on issues such as Brexit, de-risking and regulation. The report assess the current regulatory landscape and offers solutions on how some of the inefficiencies in the framework could be addressed.

Key Findings:

  • A new ‘Culture of Trust’ is developing, in the UK
  • The Criminal Finances Act 2017 is (tentatively) seen as a positive step
  • Cross-Jurisdictional crime remains a challenge

Link: http://images.solutions.lexisnexis.com/Web/LexisNexis/%7b8d3b57e4-f03c-4d90-9898-8250a73221f3%7d_future-financial-crime-risks-2017-wp-uk.pdf?elqTrackId=d9e9c356822a4a4d81fed6e6f676647b&elq=864f16197e4144e79538630309771493&elqaid=11704&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=7714

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