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A Copernican revolution in culture and conduct risk management
In partnership with Starling, authors Stephen Scott, Martin Wheatley, Mirea Raaijmakers, and Nicholas Christakis explore culture and conduct risk management and how successfully addressing this focus will require a “Copernican Revolution” in thinking, overturning three biases that mark the...
Financial crime — lifting the veil on the true economic and humanitarian cost
The true cost of financial crime extends far beyond pure economics. Critical social and humanitarian consequences impact the lives of millions of individuals across the globe on a daily basis. When viewed in its entirety, can we ever really quantify the cost of this so-called ‘victimless’ crime?
Are cryptocurrencies playing into the hands of money launderers?
As the global use of cryptocurrencies continues to gather momentum, this Expert Talk examines what the potential risks and implications for compliance professionals are and how they can stay a step ahead.
Iran and P5+1 JCPOA rendered fragile on the second year of implementation
This article takes a look back at 2017, the second year of implementation for the Iran and P5+1 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), was a mix of highs and lows especially for Iran and the U.S.
A roadmap to the US OFAC sectoral sanctions and the 50% ownership rule
A look at the timeline of these special OFAC sanctions and how the 50% aggregate ownership rule works in practice.
Navigating economic and trade sanctions
This article takes a look what the various kinds of economic and trade sanctions, the sanctioning bodies and their effect on business as well as how to help minimize the risk of a company dealing with sanctioned entities and associates.
Sex trafficking and money laundering — the dual dilemma facing both law enforcement and the financial sector
Insight into how a recently dismantled US-Thailand sex trafficking ring operated and the flow of illicit funds." />
Regulators sharpening enforcement tools to tackle trade-based money laundering
Increased focus of Asian Regulators on Trade Financing and Dual Used Good, as governments take a harder line on money laundering
Trade-based money laundering — hidden in plain sight
Findings have suggested that a staggering 80% of illicit financial flows from developing countries are made through trade-based money laundering
Indonesia corruption trends and outlook
Expert talk: From political individuals to private corporations