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Isle of Man in fraud crackdown

The Isle of Man Government aims to crack down on fraud with a new code to fight money laundering.


The code strengthens the record keeping, systems and training requirements for financial services managers.


It has also held a series of seminars for senior managers in financial services and will hold a further series of workshops in March.

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