Economic Crime Plan Online Tracker
What is the Economic Crime Plan?
The Economic Crime Plan (2019-2022) was launched in July 2019 and sets out the UK government’s response to a range of economic crimes impacting the UK, including money-laundering, fraud, market abuse and bribery. It is the first plan of its kind in the UK to set out a public-private response to these problems.
The Economic Crime Plan sets contains 52 actions under seven priorities areas (as set out below) with deadlines for achieving these actions. This online tracker provides a tool by which the progress of the Plan can be monitored.
The government published its Statement of Progress on progress against the plan in May 2021. The Statement contains a new forward delivery plan for 2021/22.
This tracker was most recently updated on 13 May 2022. Click on each individual action below to review the progress made as of that review date.
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Understanding the threat and performance metricsactions 1-5
Better information-sharingactions 6-10
Powers, procedures and toolsactions 11-19
Enhanced capabilitiesactions 20-32
Risk-based supervision and risk managementactions 33-41
Transparency of ownershipactions 42-44
International Strategyactions 45-49
Governance and public-private partnershipactions 50-52
The Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS) is dedicated to addressing the challenges of financial crime and threat finance to the UK and international security and the important role finance can play in identifying and disrupting a range of globally recognised threats. Established in 2014, the CFCS is a research programme of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), the world’s oldest security and defence think tank.