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White Collar Crime

19 April 2021
Daniel Maine Trust company's £550,000 fine demonstrates importance of effective and consistent AML procedures

Jersey - Ogier

The Royal Court recently imposed a hefty £550,000 fine on a firm for failing to ensure that, in practice, its anti-money laundering (AML) policies and procedures were being applied effectively and consistently. Notably, the Royal Court was not deterred from imposing a fine by the fact that the failings related to only one client structure. Firms must therefore ensure that their AML controls are being applied effectively across their entire business – for, as this judgment shows, the cost of failing to do so can be high.

Author: Daniel Maine
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