When Jesus famously overturned the tables of the money changers in the Temple at Jerusalem, the cash being transacted was laid out in full view of the congregation. Two thousand years on, and the methodology of clerical money transfers has become something of a more covert operation.

Life has an enduring ability to throw us new challenges. The good thing about them is that they often bring out the best in us and reveal new skills and new capabilities that provide a key to unlock new opportunities.

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  • 01 January 2021
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Your friendly looking UK high street foreign exchange bureau or money transfer outlet could be one of thousands that are being exploited by criminals. According to a report in The Times, gangsters, drug dealers and sex traffickers, generally part of sophisticated crime networks, are using money transfer businesses to launder at least £1 billion in cash every year.

The FT reports on the call by the UK’s National Crime Agency for deeper reform of the #moneylaundering warning system. Over 500,000 suspicious activity reports (Sars) were filed in the year to March, yet the quality of many of these reports

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  • 11 December 2020
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As the #US Presidential campaign enters its final week, media scrutiny into the finances and business dealings of both candidates gathers in intensity. The New York Times recently countered a report by Senate Republicans that Joe Biden’s

While obviously detrimental to society, the rise in #divorce cases amongst the wealthy due to the strains caused by the pandemic lockdown is proving to be good business for family lawyers.