CIVIL RECOVERY AND AN OVERVIEW OF THE CRIMINAL FINANCES ACT 2017
6 July 2017
The following article is the third and final article in a series of updates on the Criminal Finances Act 2017 by Barnaby Hone. In this final article, Barnaby rounds up the final four changes the Criminal Finances Act 2017 will bring: Unexplained Wealth Orders, Civil Recovery under part 5 of POCA 2002, Suspicious Activities Reports and Disclosure Orders. Barnaby briefly dissects these topics and offers opinion on which of the changes is more likely to be used, and when.
Barnaby recently returned from training prosecutors and judges from eight countries of the Horn of Africa in Anti-Money Laundering and Mutual Legal Assistance. Barnaby was selected as an expert to carry this training due to his expertise in International Financial Crime and POCA work. Click here to be re-directed to Barnaby’s profile.