New rules on transparency

The Fourth Money Laundering Directive was implemented in the UK in June 2017. It has, among other things, meant changes to the provisions on people with significant control in the Companies Act 2006, adn to the reporting requirements for some trusts. BWB’s Alice Faure Walker looks at some of the implications for charities and social enterprises.

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Charity
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Social Enterprise
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Updates

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