Complex Funding Questions In Fight Against Financial Crime

By John Binns (March 2, 2022, 3:25 PM EST) -- Financial crime is a costly business, both in terms of the damage it does to victims, society and the state, and in terms of the efforts put in to detecting, disrupting and punishing it, which are largely funded by the taxpayer.

The cases where offenders are brought to justice and pay penalties, while of course a small minority, nevertheless bring in significant sums of money to the HM Treasury. So, if we are looking, as we undoubtedly are, to find new ways of paying for those efforts, are we not missing an obvious solution?

A new report from Spotlight on Corruption[1]...

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