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New guidance for Singapore banks on observing privacy rights whilst meeting anti-money laundering obligations

Banks, merchant banks and finance companies operating in Singapore have been issued with new guidelines by the country's financial services regulator on how to observe individuals' privacy rights whilst meeting their obligations to combat money laundering... 07 Jul 2014

Scottish government seeks views on design of new environmental enforcement powers for SEPA

Businesses and other stakeholders have been asked to shape the design and potential uses of new powers available to the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) to tackle environmental crime. 03 Jul 2014

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UK to publish first anti-corruption plan "in the next few weeks", says solicitor general

The UK government intends to publish the country's first in-depth anti-corruption plan "in the next few weeks", which will set out how the various bodies that investigate and prosecute bribery and corruption offences can work better together, the solicitor... 30 Jun 2014

Increase in SFO asset seizures should silence critics of its credibility, says expert

The number of raids to seize assets from convicted white collar criminals by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) rose by 29% this year, according to figures obtained by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com. 23 Jun 2014

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