We asked leading industry expert, Martin Schofield, some key questions about terrorist financing and money laundering regulations, as well as how best to recognise the types of situations that may give rise to reasonable grounds for suspicion within an organisation.
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Some of the questions covered include:
- What is the definition of a suspicion in relation to money laundering and terrorist Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing?
- What exactly would be classed as reasonable grounds when suspecting money laundering and terrorist financing?
- How can we recognise the signs?
- Are firms able to send money back if it is suspected that they are the proceeds of crime?