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Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill 2022: Factsheets

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The UK government has published factsheets on the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill 2022. This bill aims to strengthen the UK’s response to economic crime by introducing a range of measures to increase corporate transparency and accountability. The measures proposed in the bill are designed to enhance the UK’s ability to detect, investigate, and prosecute economic crime, and to improve the integrity of the UK’s financial system. The following factsheets set out the various measures contained in the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill.

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Source: gov.uk

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