Executive director of supervision at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Megan Butler has urged investment firms to embrace technology to tackle financial criminals engaging in fraud and money laundering.
Speaking at the regulator's Cross-border Anti-Money Laundering TechSprint, Butler (pictured), who oversees wholesale and specialist investment, warned the FCA "does not tolerate facilitation of criminal...
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