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ultimate beneficial ownership

exploring ultimate beneficial ownership and the role it plays in laundering illicit funds


Hiding criminal and corrupt activities behind the smokescreen of complex corporate structures is not a new tactic, but governments globally are under increasing pressure to improve corporate transparency in a bid to curb financial crime.

In our new ebook, encompass co-founder and CEO, Wayne Johnson, explores the drivers behind increasingly stringent regulations to identify and verify ultimate beneficial owners (UBOs). Download a copy to learn more about:

  • recent events that have pushed corporate transparency up the global agenda
  • the evolution of regulation focused on ultimate beneficial ownership
  • progress in the UK and globally on access to ownership information
  • the operational challenges of discovering beneficial ownership

Fill out the form to download your complimentary copy.

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