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The Online Safety Bill: What do the latest updates mean for companies and senior managers?

31.01.2023 | The Online Safety Bill hit the headlines last week, following its third and final reading in the House of Commons on 17 January 2023. Since its early stages...


Major rise in SARs volume and suspect funds locked – UK FIU report

30.01.2023 | The latest Annual Report of the NCA’s UK Financial Intelligence Unit (UKFIU), published this week, makes interesting reading. The UKFIU is responsible for receiving, analysing and disseminating intelligence...


The Gambling Commission’s focus on AML failings shows no signs of abating with the publication of new regulatory actions

20.01.2023 | With the back-to-back release of public statements, regulatory actions by the Gambling Commission are coming thick and fast. On 17 January the Commission announced it had agreed a...


FCA anti-money laundering fines continue to mount up

13.01.2023 | Over the past few months, the FCA has handed out a string of significant financial penalties relating to anti-money laundering (AML) systems and controls failures at financial institutions...


The Public Sector Fraud Authority: too little, too late?

22.12.2022 | There is an epidemic of fraud in England and Wales – it now accounts for 40% of all crimes. And that is just the tip of the iceberg:...


Failure to prevent: Will more money for HMRC mean enforcement at last?

14.12.2022 | Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement made newspaper headlines for its tax changes and cuts to public spending. But the statement also included a plan to increase funding to...


The FCA’s growing toolkit to tackle ESG issues

14.12.2022 | In late October the FCA launched a consultation on CP22/20 a range of new rules that will enhance its regulatory toolkit for dealing with ESG issues.


A new police approach is needed to tackle overwhelming delays to digital forensics

05.12.2022 | A damning report published by His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has found police forces to be “overwhelmed and ineffective” in relation to...


My child has a conviction for a sexual offence, what happens next? Notification requirements and ancillary orders for children convicted of a sexual offence

25.11.2022 | This blog follows the virtual launch of the Youth Justice Legal Centre Legal Guide on children facing sexual offences. During this event, Maeve Keenan discussed Kingsley Napley's contribution to the report,...


Help! The police are arresting my child …

22.11.2022 | It’s the knock on the door that parent fear, or is it just me? Thankfully, the Courts have provided some valuable guidance about this nightmare scenario. There are...


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