What is Money laundering?
Money laundering is how criminals change the money that they have acquired through illegal activities into ‘clean’ money that has no obvious link to its criminal origin, examples of this could be buying a property using money that has been illegitimately sourced and then letting or selling that property on to gain legitimate funds. This is also known as ‘washing’ monies.
Money laundering can be defined as: Concealing the origins of money obtained from criminal activities in order for it to appear that it has come from a legitimate source.
Statement against anti money laundering
At Edwards & Plumb Property holding limited we will not facilitate or be complicit in any known money laundering or terrorist financing activities. We have a duty to report any suspicious behaviour in line with our internal policy.
If you wish to read through our Anti-money laundering and terrorist financing policy please request this in writing by sending an email to: Lucy@edwardsandplumbproperty.com