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Economic crime

Inquiry

This inquiry will review what progress has been made in combatting economic crime since the Committee’s inquiry on the subject in the previous Parliament.

This inquiry will have two strands:

• Anti-money laundering systems and the sanctions regime

• How consumers are affected by economic crime

It should be noted that the Committee will not take up individual cases, and any suspected criminal activity should be reported to the appropriate authorities.

Read the call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry.

 

Read an update from the Committee about written submissions to the inquiry

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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22 September 2021
Inquiry Economic crime
Witnesses Google, eBay, Facebook, and Amazon
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
8 July 2021
Inquiry Economic crime
Witnesses David Clarke (Chair at Fraud Advisory Panel), Richard Piggin (Head of External Affairs at Which?), Helena Wood (Associate Fellow at RUSI Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies), and Duncan Hames (Director of Policy at Transparency International UK)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
14 June 2021
Inquiry Economic crime
Witnesses Financial Conduct Authority, Payment Systems Regulator, HM Revenue and Customs, and Companies House
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
ECC0067 - Economic crime
Witnesses Richard Brooks, Private Eye magazine, and Simon Bowers
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
ECC0005 - Economic crime
Witnesses Mr Anthony Stansfeld
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
ECC0041 - Economic crime
Witnesses International Compliance Association
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence

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