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New UKFIU podcast: Fraud-Vulnerable Persons SARs

29 June 2021

A new podcast (opens in new tab) from the United Kingdom's Financial Intelligence Unit (UKFIU) looks at how suspicious activity reports (SARs) are also a valuable source of financial information for safeguarding potentially vulnerable members of society from fraud. The podcast involves contributions from the UKFIU, reporters and law enforcement and looks at:

  • How the UKFIU identifies and disseminates such information to police forces
  • The value of such fast-tracked SARs
  • The types of criminality being found in relation to vulnerable persons
  • The measures LEAs and reporters put in place to safeguard members of their communities

The podcast is also available from other streaming sites such as, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Podtail and Amazon Music.

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