The Public Accounts Committee, a cross-party group of 16 parliamentarians, said on Thursday that regulatory standards in most of the UK's 14 territories were poor compared to standards achieved in the three crown dependencies - Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man.
The report cited a lack of investigative capacity to scrutinise suspected money laundering activity,
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