Anti-money laundering policy 2019 to 2020

Summary

The public is entitled to expect the Council to conduct its affairs with integrity, honesty and openness and to demand the highest standards of conduct from those working for it. This Anti-Money Laundering Policy outlines the Council’s commitment to creating an anti-fraud culture and maintaining high ethical standards in its administration of public funds. It also recognises its responsibilities under various legislation including the Terrorism Act 2000, Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Money Laundering Regulations 2007 and Fraud Act 2006, and subsequent regulations.