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White Collar Crime

20 August 2018
Mathew Newman Refusal of consent under AML reporting regime: Royal Court weighs in

Guernsey - Ogier

The Financial Intelligence Service's recent refusal to consent to a proposed transaction under Guernsey's anti-money laundering reporting regime has resulted in the Royal Court deciding its first private law action between the person claiming the asset and the financial institution holding it. The decision clarifies the legal framework for determining the source of funds, which will be highly relevant to all regulated entities in Guernsey.

Authors: Mathew Newman, Sandie Lyne
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