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Tom Williams, a solicitor, is instructed by his client, Mr. Brown, to handle the purchase of a car parking space for £14,000. A few weeks later, Mr. Brown instructs Tom to handle the acquisition of another parking space in a different city for £8,000. What should Tom do in respect of customer due diligence?

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The combined value of the two transactions exceeds €15,000, which is the threshold for "occasional transactions" under Regulation 7 of the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. As such, these transactions are subject to standard customer due diligence requirements. Simplified due diligence is not appropriate because the combined transaction value exceeds the threshold. Enhanced due diligence is not required as there are no additional risk factors present. 

Key Point: This question evaluates the understanding of the thresholds for customer due diligence under the Money Laundering Regulations 2007. Solicitors must be aware of the aggregate value of transactions and apply the appropriate level of due diligence accordingly.



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