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The deadline for submitting written evidence to this inquiry has now passed. If you still wish to submit evidence to this inquiry, please contact the Committee.
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 John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Ben Wallace MP, Minister of State for Security at the Home Office, Robert Buckland QC MP, Solicitor General
Evidence given by Rena Lalgie, Director, Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation, HM Treasury, Simon York, Director, Fraud Investigation Service, HM Revenue and Customs, Alison Barker, Director of Specialist Supervision, Financial Conduct Authority
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Treasury Committee Chair comments on reply from HMRC on Lycamobile investigation