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Money laundering is one of the most potentially fraught area for trustees, practitioners and their professional advisors. Compliance with the new regulations will be mandatory, and is likely to change the role of the modern Trust and Estate Practitioner. In response to this, LNUK has produced A Practitioner's Guide to Money Laundering Compliance covering the most recent anti-money laundering reforms. Written by a leading and respected Trust and Estate Practitioner, A Practitioner's Guide to Money Laundering Compliance crucially examines the new UK regime with a particular emphasis on the role, liabilities and obligations of trustees within it. Featuring an examination of the range of offences and the application of AML principles in a number of relevant jurisdictions, A Practitioner's Guide to Money Laundering Compliance discusses key practical issues such as Know your Client, reporting procedures, the conflict between tipping-off and disclosure, and advises practitioners who find themselves involved with trusts under investigation. The National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) reported an estimated 15,000 suspicious cases in 2000 relating to money laundering. This figure had r