Moscow's Gold: Russian Corruption in the UK Contents

Contents

Summary

1 London and the oligarchs

Government response to the Salisbury attack

Financing Russia’s foreign policy

The Kremlin’s coffers

Mixed messages: En+ and the Russian sovereign debt auction

2 Making sanctions more effective

Devising a better sanctions regime

A UK Magnitsky list

Russian sovereign debt

3 Closing the “laundromat”

Exposing hidden wealth and property ownership

Beneficial ownership register for foreign-owned companies

Resources, information and political will

The Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies

Conclusion: towards a coherent strategy on the Kremlin’s loot

Conclusions and recommendations

Formal minutes

Witnesses

Published written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament




Published: 21 May 2018