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Financial Crime Compliance insights

Our financial crime insights offer a view of the complex landscape of financial crime risk across financial institutions and companies.

We explore subjects aligned to new and expanded regulations, and new challenges as they emerge with both in-house specialists, industry experts and partners and look at current and future trends within the risk and compliance universe. 

Our insights help you discover how quality data, technology, human expertise and strategic partnerships and collaborators can assist you in uncovering, managing and mitigating these potential risks. 


Adverse Media Screening EMEA webinar

For new insights on artificial intelligence (AI), digitalization, big data, risk management, compliance, fighting financial crime and the future of trading and investing, visit our insights hub.

Refinitiv Perspectives LIVE: Understanding the Layers of Politically Exposed Persons

Join Trang speaking with Refinitiv's Proposition Sales Director, Risk - Asia Pacific Michael Meadon and Radish Singh, Partner at Deloitte Southeast Asia also joining will be Ina Mackinnon, founder of Alba Compliance Pte Ltd about the factors beyond that of the politically exposed individual. We'll also be looking at the criteria you can look at to manage and mitigate the risk. 

MRB Check: Screening for Marijuana-Related Risk & Relationships

learn more about our MRB Check dataset offering extensive corporate intelligence on Tier 1 marijuana-based businesses operating in the U.S. and Canada. MRB Check can help your firm better understand, identify and monitor risk and opportunity in banking marijuana-based businesses.

Refinitiv Perspectives LIVE - Identity Fraud During COVID19: Securing Digital Identity

Keesa Schreane will be joined by Refinitiv's James Mirfin and Bridget Abraham Deputy Chief Compliance Officer from Western Union to talk through the recent increase in fraud, illegal activity and the challenges that banks and financial institutions are facing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.