The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) defines financial crime as any kind of criminal conduct relating to money, financial services or markets, including any offence involving: fraud or dishonesty, misconduct in or misuse of information relating to a financial market (market abuse and insider dealing), handling the proceeds of crime (money laundering), the financing of terrorism, bribery and corruption.

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