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https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/apr/22/city-faces-corruption-crackdown-as-imf-investigates-wealthy-countries

London has won the unenviable reputation of being the global centre for money laundering, partly as a result of cases such as the Global Laundromat, under which British-registered companies and banks helped move at least £20bn of money from criminal activities out of Russia.

All members of the Group of Seven industrial nations – Britain, the US, Germany, Japan, France, Italy and Canada – together with Austria and the Czech Republic will be looked at by the IMF to see whether their legal systems criminalised bribery and have the right mechanism to prevent laundering of dirty money.

 

I don’t believe she says in her best victor meldew voice. 

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But look at the list of FATF  countries on the naughty step for a lack of money laundering controls - we are nowhere near it. It's an effing joke - everyone knows that London is the worlds laundromat, but it makes too much sodding money. 

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2 hours ago, Dipsy said:

But look at the list of FATF  countries on the naughty step for a lack of money laundering controls - we are nowhere near it. It's an effing joke - everyone knows that London is the worlds laundromat, but it makes too much sodding money. 

And that`s why the City of London  exists  

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