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Report published March 2019. The second stage of this inquiry continues.
This inquiry will have two strands: one looking at the anti-money laundering and sanctions regime, and one considering economic crime as it affects consumers.
The anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing and sanctions regimes
The Committee would welcome evidence on:
Consumers and economic crime
In relation to economic crime as it affects consumers, e.g. consumer fraud, the Committee would welcome evidence on:
Evidence given by Megan Butler, Executive Director, Investment, Wholesale and Specialists Division, Chris Hemsley, Co-Managing Director, Payment Systems Regulator, Mark Steward, Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight, FCA
Evidence given by Mark Tingey, Head of Financial Crime Operations, Metro BankRuth Evans, Independent Chair, Authorised Push Payments Scams Steering Group, Richard Lloyd, Advisor, Authorised Push Payments Scams Steering Group
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Committee publish Government response to report on Economic Crime