FRAUD: Police urges industry to fund anti-fraud division

May 2011
Fund Strategy;5/3/2011, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the negotiation between the City of London Police and the National Fraud Authority (NFA) and the British Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) over establishing an industry-funded police unit to investigate mortgage fraud. It states that negotiation comes after cuts to police funding. Meanwhile, it says that the British Financial Services Authority will publish a thematic review of 20 fraud prevention system in June 2011.


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