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Financial Crime and Fraud Regulatory Updates March 2021

24 March 2021
This newsletter summarises the latest regulatory developments across Europe and the Middle East in response to financial crime and fraud. This edition focuses on the UK, Germany, Poland, the UAE and Saudi Arabia and is relevant to individuals working in financial services in any of these jurisdictions. 

Welcome to our second financial crime and fraud newsletter. We will be publishing quarterly updates looking at how regulators in the financial services sector are responding to financial crime and fraud in Europe and the Middle East. As part of this, we will be providing our practical experience and tips to help firms navigate potential pitfalls.

This newsletter contains updates on recent court judgments and activity by financial services regulators, and prosecutors, to tackle financial crime and fraud in five jurisdictions; the UK, Germany, Poland, the UAE and Saudi Arabia. 

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