The Brexit deadline looms large over the UK government. Notably, concerns over the country's ability to defend against fraud and financial crime have fallen under the spotlight.
White & Case White-Collar Partner Joanna Dimmock spoke to Law360 about two potential developments: the loss of Europol and how the UK will tackle international financial crime. "The loss of access to Europol signifies the risk of a major drop in international cooperation in fighting cross-border crime," Dimmock said. "There is a real question mark over whether the U.K. will lose the fight against dirty money by using national solutions to tackle an international problem."
To know more about Brexit's potential impact on the UK's fight against international financial crime, read the full article on Law30 (paywall).
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