On 22 December, an article from Eversheds Sutherland considered the recently issued report. Described as a ‘stock-take of our collective knowledge of money laundering and terrorist financing risks in the UK’, the NRA is one in a sequence of risk assessments required under the Money Laundering Regulations. Its findings must be taken into account in the risk assessment prepared by each of the UK supervisory authorities. It is therefore essential that the risks highlighted in the NRA are properly understood at senior manager level, and that compliance teams and MLRO have a good working understanding of what threats have been identified particular to the firm’s relevant areas of business.
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