New account freezing orders for money laundering get boost from the courts

20 November, 2019 | 0 minute read

The National Crime Agency successfully saw off an appeal against new anti-money laundering powers created in 2017, the Account Freezing Order, used in the Moldovan ‘theft of the century’ case. This blog looks at how the case should give the agency a green light to use these powers more freely to tackle the UK’s notorious dirty money problem.


UK’s new ‘freeze and seize’ powers upheld in Moldovan money laundering case via The FCPA Blog