In a Financial Times article on the conclusion of the Treasury Committee’s Economic Crime Inquiry, Partner Anna Bradshaw is quoted saying that the committee had been “too relaxed” about the UK’s ability to secure agreements post-Brexit that were “comparable to existing ones on co-operation, particularly on intelligence exchange”. Any replacement arrangements were likely to be “markedly weaker than existing ones” she added. With the EU27 under pressure to tighten regulations following recent scandals, such as the revelation of massive money-laundering involving Danske Bank, Britain needed to be careful to demonstrate its commitment to fighting financial crime. Read more