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Money laundering   Transparency International UK (TI-UK) information and publications on money laundering and asset recovery

Paradise Lost: Ending the UK’s Role as a Safe Haven for Corrupt Individuals, their Allies and Assets   Paradise Lost is a thorough analysis of the UK’s role in global corruption, outlining the multitude of ways in which the UK is enabling corrupt individuals to enjoy luxury lifestyles and cleanse their reputations. (Apr 2016)

Don’t Look, Won’t Find: Weaknesses in the Supervision of the UK’s Anti-Money Laundering Rules   Radical overhaul of the UK’s anti-money laundering system is needed, if the UK is to close the door to the billions of pounds in corrupt money coming into the country every year, according to a new report by Transparency International UK (TI-UK). (Nov 2015)

Gold Rush: Investment Visas and Corrupt Capital Flows into the UK   In this report “Gold rush: Investment visas and corrupt capital flows into the UK” Transparency International UK highlights how the UK’s Tier 1 Investor scheme can be vulnerable as a tool to launder the proceeds of corruption from around the world. (Oct 2015)

Corruption on Your Doorstep: How Corrupt Capital is Used to Buy Property in the UK   Corruption on your Doorstep looks at how corrupt money is used to buy property in the UK by analysing data from the Land Registry and Metropolitan Police Proceeds of Corruption Unit.  Findings in the report include the fact that 36342 London properties totalling 2.25 sq miles are held by offshore haven companies. (Feb 2015)

Closing down Safe Havens   TI-UK December 2013

The Idiot’s Guide to Money Laundering    Global Witness July 2012

Combating Money Laundering and Recovering Looted Gains: Raising the UK’s Game TI-UK 2009

Money Laundering Bulletin News   Money Laundering Bulletin

Financial Crime and Development TI-UK April 2011

Stolen Assets and the Arab Spring   As events developed in the Middle East in early 2011, TI-UK called for urgent action by the UK to freeze stolen assets and help to return them, as well as prevent more dirty money from entering the UK.


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