- New taskforce to safeguard integrity of UK as international financial centre
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- Why has the ECSB been set up and what is its aim?
- This taskforce has been set up just a year after the National Economic Crime Centre (NECC) was established—why do we need another taskforce?
- What value will the public/private collaborative approach have?
- Is there anything the taskforce does not address? And if so, should it?
- What can practitioners expect to see from the ECSB?
- Are there any other points of interest worth mentioning here?
Corporate Crime analysis: Discussing the government’s new taskforce to tackle economic crime, Neil Swift, partner in the business crime department at Peters & Peters, says that while high-level ministerial commitment to overall economic crime strategy is certainly welcome, there is a risk that the Economic Crime Strategic Board (ECSB) will be seen as mere window-dressing.
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