Money laundering solicitorsIf you have had any association at all with money laundering whatsoever, the best course of action you can take is to be in touch with us immediately. By seeking the right legal advice at an early stage, clients facing prosecution have a far greater chance of preserving their assets.
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As experts in this field we can guide you through the complexities of money laundering legislation and work tirelessly to get you the best possible result. Criminal sanctions and reputational damage are the tip of the proverbial iceberg if your business fails to comply with money laundering legislation.
As experts in this field we can guide you through the complexities of money laundering legislation and work tirelessly to get you the best possible result.
The timing of your decisions can mean the difference between being a victim, a suspect or facing prosecution, and tackling the effects of all three are areas we pride ourselves on at Britton & Time.
As leaders in our field we represent individuals and organisations, and are able to analyse relevant transactions swiftly and accurately before advising you on the appropriate course of action.
An updated anti- money laundering regime came into effect in the UK on 26 June 2017 under the EU’s Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive. The Money Laundering Regulations 2017 introduced these provisions into national law and they entered into force on the same day. Our Government intends these provisions to make the UK financial system an increasingly hostile environment for illicit finances particularly in the light of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
But it is both perfectly possible and startlingly commonplace for money laundering offences to be committed by individuals and businesses unwittingly. If you have been involved in the acquisition or transfer of money or assets which either are or could be the proceeds of crime, get in touch with Britton & Time Solicitors without delay.
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