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In this article, we consider and compare the Quincecare duty with the statutory money laundering offences under ss 327-330 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA), examine the bank’s obligations, the threshold for triggering the respective duties and the approach of the court to the convergence of public and private obligations in past and future cases. We also look ahead to assess the new corporate ownership registers and the role they may play in the prevention of financial crime.

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