Financial crime is corrosive to economies, resulting in lower tax revenues, distorted markets, diverted resources and reduced wealth. This has a direct impact on society, resulting in weaker investment, employment and growth.
How we prevent crime
We’re continually reviewing our approach to ensure we’re doing our best to stop money laundering, terrorist financing and fraud and corruption. This includes:
- Regularly reviewing and amending our policies and procedures so that they remain relevant and up-to-date
- Training our staff on how to prevent, detect and react to financial crime
- Checking our financial crime systems and controls to ensure that they work efficiently and effectively
- Working closely with governments, law enforcement agencies, regulators and the banking industry to share best practice and contribute to ongoing initiatives which combat crime risk.
Keeping you safe
We work hard to keep your money safe, no matter where you are.
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