The 400 page report says that the City of London's strict code of confidentiality allows money laundering to flourish.
The UK government called the report's findings "offensive". A Downing Street spokesman said the report "was inaccurate before 11 September and even more inaccurate since then".
City culture 'helps money launderers'
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