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    Upping the stakes on responsible gambling

    10.04.2019 |Regulatory solutions, Gaming & betting

    Now that the anti-gambling lobby has won the battle over reduced stakes on FOBTs, attention has turned back to the online sector. Despite the rates of problem gambling remaining static at 0.8% of the UK population, this still leaves us with 340,000 or so problem gamblers. Therefore, as identified by Tracey Crouch, the then DCMS minister, in her May 2018 review, the next area of focus is the online sector

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    UK cracks down on investor visas

    06.12.2018 |Immigration , Business Immigration, Regulatory solutions

    The Home Office has today announced the suspension of the Tier 1 (Investor) immigration route into the United Kingdom with effect from Friday 7 December 2018, as part of a crackdown on financial crime and money laundering.

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    All Change for Asset Managers

    19.07.2018 |Regulatory solutions

    From 1st April next year, Authorised Fund Managers (AFMs) will be subject to new measures as set out by the Financial conduct Authority (FCA) in its April policy statement, where it specified changes to the [FCA] handbook.

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    Digitalisation is increasing the business risk from money laundering

    22.05.2018 |Regulatory solutions

    Ince Gordon Dadds, the legal and professional services firm, is urging businesses to get smarter in how they handle money laundering or face the wrath of HMRC with some hefty financial fines.

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    Estate agents must look out for money laundering – Alex Ktorides’ article in Mortgage Finance Gazette

    13.09.2017 |Regulatory solutions

    Following new anti-money laundering law, estate agents now have to scrutinise house buyers’ finances to make sure they are not buying property with dirty money. But the legislation was rushed through and there is concern that estate agents are not fully aware of their responsibilities.

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    Finding a Home for the Fourth Money Laundering Directive

    14.06.2017 |Regulatory solutions

    Last year the House of Commons published a report on proceeds of crime which made alarming comments in relation to money laundering. The findings of the report were that the processes in place in many real estate firms is insufficient.

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    Tesco’s £250 Million Mistake You Need to Avoid

    12.04.2017 |Regulatory solutions

    This week Tesco finally agreed to a £129 million fine for overstating its profits in 2014, thus avoiding prosecution.

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    Night Tube services presents opportunities for London’s night-time economy

    02.04.2016 |Motoring offences, Licensing (alcohol & entertainment), Regulatory solutions

    Last month saw the grand unveiling of another of Boris Johnson’s projects to make certain tube lines across Central London run 24 hours during Fridays and Saturdays. Sadiq Khan finally pushed this long awaited scheme over the line after the original announcement was made back in September 2014. We now currently have the new service operational on the Central and Victoria lines with further additions expected this autumn to the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.

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