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Big data — a twenty first century arms race
In this Atlantic Council report undertaken in partnership with Thomson Reuters, five subject matter experts explore the broader security and financial implications of the big data revolution.
GAMLG's AML Risk Assessment for Licenced Betting Office (LBOs) and Remote Gambling Industries
This is the first risk compilation of the money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks within the gambling sector, prepared by the Gambling Anti-Money Laundering Group (GAMLG).
Regtech 2020 and beyond — what does the future hold?
View this infographic to understand, at a glance, how the world is evolving for internal auditors today. The pressures on organizations are changing, and so as they adapt, so too much the internal audit team.
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.
Enterprise risk and strategic decision making — complex inter-relationships
When making strategic decisions about the allocation of often limited resources, boards and senior managers must consider multiple corporate objectives as well as the portfolio of investment opportunities available. Enterprise Risk and the firm’s risk appetite are also key considerations.
Fines imposed on non-banking institutions for breaching U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) sanctions 2011 - 2018
This infographic shows the fines imposed on non-bank entities from 2011-2017 for breaching OFAC sanctions and compares number and amounts to those imposed on banks.
Third party risk — exposing the gaps (Europe)
Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. This year already looks to be anything but straightforward with Brexit and the start of the Trump presidency.
Third Party Risk — exposing the gaps from a U.S. point of view
In a bid to understand how U.S. organizations are really managing third party risk and, further, to uncover any gaps in knowledge, Thomson Reuters commissioned a survey of professionals involved in global third party relationships and/or third party risk management.
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." />