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The banking industry and crime
Less than 1% of financial crime through the banking system is identified. The remainder creates waste for banks, destroys trust and negatively impacts society. This paper looks at the evolution of the relationship between banking and crime, including the history, the present and the potential...
The emerging role of artificial intelligence in financial services
Artificial Intelligence (AI) was once the domain of fanciful science fiction books and films, but now the technology has become commonplace. From driverless vehicles to virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri, AI has become a part of everyday life. Now AI is having a significant impact on...
The UK Modern Slavery Act — unpacking the requirements for US-based multinationals
This paper takes an in-depth look at the implications the UK Modern Slavery Act has for US based multinationals." />
Digital innovation in client onboarding and KYC — in a digital world, don't get left behind
A look at how the digital revolution has transformed our lives, and how digitalization has already made significant in-roads into the retail banking sector, with routine transactions being enhanced by applications like cardless and mobile payment options.
AML for non-financial institutions
This article will highlight the need for companies to implement or review existing anti-money laundering programs.
Financial crime compliance in 2015 — a survey of global trends
This white paper examines recent global trends and developments in financial crime including money laundering, counter terrorist financing, sanctions and bribery.
Russian sanctions — who will blink first?
This white paper is an update on the latest developments concerning sanctions against Russia.
Supply chain risk management — the complexities of managing risks in complex global supply chains
In the drive to achieve business goals and ensure continued profitability, multinational organizations build relationships with customers, suppliers and partners across the globe, creating complex supply chains.