When to Make a Report


If, in the course of his or her professions, a practitioner suspects, or ought to have suspected that someone has been involved in money laundering a report must be made to the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) as soon as possible. The practitioner does not require evidence in support of the suspicion nor is it necessary to be sure that a criminal offence has been committed; a report has to be made if the practitioner merely suspects money laundering.


The obligation to make a report is a personal one. It does not matter that the practitioner thinks that someone else has made a report nor is the obligation to make a report affected by the known willingness of HMRC to seek a civil settlement in the case.


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