Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce
Economic crime - anti money laundering - UK.
The JMLIT is a partnership between law enforcement and the financial sector to exchange and analyse information relating to money laundering and wider economic threats.
The taskforce includes financial institutions, the Financial Conduct Authority, the NCA, HMRC, the SFO, the City of London Police, and the Metropolitan Police Service.
JMLIT aims to tackle high-end money laundering schemes which are most commonly complex, multi-institutional, and multi-jurisdictional, by sharing information on new typologies, existing vulnerabilities, and live tactical intelligence.
The JMLIT is part of the UK's National Economic Crime Centre.
- Countering the financing of terrorism (CFT)
- Financial Action Task Force
- Financial Conduct Authority
- His Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
- Joint Money Laundering Steering Group
- Money laundering
- National Crime Agency (NCA)
- National Economic Crime Centre
- Serious Fraud Office (SFO)
- Terrorist financing
- USA PATRIOT Act