The International Dimension of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 – Drystone Chambers

Posted August 9th, 2018 in foreign jurisdictions, news, proceeds of crime by sally

‘Organised crime is an international business. Assets are not kept in one country but moved rapidly from one jurisdiction to another. Stopping this flow of money is crucial to the international effort to curb the effect of organised crime in every jurisdiction. This can only be done by better regulation, prosecution of criminal matters and the use of non-conviction based asset recovery. This has been recognised in recent times both nationally and internationally.’

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Drystone Chambers, July 2018