The National Economic Crime Center, which begins operating on Oct. 31, is looking for a director general, said Nigel Kirby, deputy director of the economic-crime command at the National Crime Agency, on Monday.
The new unit will formalize a growing collaboration among Britain’s agencies to tackle bribery, corruption and money laundering. It will be staffed by experts seconded from the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office, the City of London Police, the Financial Conduct Authority, and HM Revenue and Customs, said Mr. Kirby.
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