With money laundering now a sophisticated affair, Susan Humble warns of the risks of complacency 

Some Like It Hot, starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, is a rib-crackingly hilarious and politically incorrect film.

The heroes become heroines, as they go on the run from mobster Spats Colombo after witnessing a shootout, using the band Sweet Sue and her Society Syncopators as their foil. Chaos ensues.

Al Capone should be hanging heavy on the mind of every solicitor involved with regulated work. He was said to have laundered the proceeds of his crimes in cash-only laundromats. 

Money laundering is a bigger and more sophisticated business today. HM Treasury describes professional services as a “crucial gateway for criminals looking to disguise the source of their funds” in its recent n...

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