UK Sanctions Bill Could Herald US-Style AML Powers

As the new UK Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill prepares to face the Commons, there are suggestions that it could result in significant new powers for enforcement authorities.

Designed as a mechanism to return control of the sanctions and enforcement process to domestic authorities following Brexit, the proposed law also leaves space for the introduction of US-style designation powers.

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