Comment faire face à  la criminalité financière ?

La criminalité financière n’a de cesse de s’insinuer de manière pernicieuse et furtive au sein des rouages de la finance; La combattre devient une  priorité  pour chaque acteur concerné, soit en particulier les entreprises et les intermédiaires bancaires et financier.

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Pour les aider dans cette démarche,  l’autorité de régulation britannique, la FSA, a publié en juin dernier un guide de 137 pages  de recommandations :

Purpose

1.1 This Consultation Paper (CP) seeks views on our proposal for a new regulatory guide, Financial Crime: a guide for firms, which is referred to throughout this CP as ‘the Guide'.

What is the Guide?

1.2 The Guide provides guidance on steps firms can take to reduce their financial crime risk. It reflects the wide experience we have built up in the course of our work on financial crime prevention. We are publishing it for three main reasons:

a) transparency: to share more of our knowledge and explain and improve understanding about our expectations of firms' financial crime systems and controls;

b) accessibility: to collate existing FSA statements on financial crime and publish them in an easily accessible, user friendly format; and

c) reinforcement: to underline our ongoing commitment to tackling financial crime.

1.3 The Guide does not contain rules and imposes no new requirements on firms. It does, however, contain guidance, in the form of self-assessment questions and examples of good and poor practice, which firms can use to assess and improve their existing approaches to meeting their legal and regulatory obligations in relation to financial crime.

via  Financial crime: A guide for firms

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