Money laundering costs the UK approximately £24bn annually, according to the National Crime Agency.

Far from being a victimless crime, money laundering is the fuel that drives illegal activity like human trafficking, modern slavery and narcotics dealing – and criminal organisations have long exploited aspects of the economy to launder their money.

Read the full article in New Statesman Banking.

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