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Islamic Finance ESG Outlook 2019: Shared Values
Our Islamic Finance ESG report provides insights into the commonalities between ESG and Islamic Finance investing, using a specialized screening methodology to highlight ESG related risks within Islamic investments.
Global challenges and solutions around financial crime 2018
Financial crime is still growing despite companies spending $1.28 trillion a year to mitigate. Download this interactive infographic to learn country specific stats around financial crime challenges. Avoid economic loss, punishment and reputational damage by incorporating customer and third...
Counting the global loss of financial crime
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. Download this interactive infographic to see crime segments compared and to better understand the...
World-Check Customer Risk Screener — meeting your needs for an easier screening solution
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.
Enhanced Due Diligence — source of wealth reports for the gaming industry
In a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape, gambling operators can expect their anti-money laundering controls to come in for sharper scrutiny. Successfully identifying the sources of a customer’s wealth allows operators to mitigate risks associated with financial crime.
KYC compliance — the rising challenge for financial institutions and corporates
A year on from our last survey, and despite the fact that financial institutions (FIs) are continuing to invest significant resources in KYC, the compliance challenge appears to be increasing.
Global sustainable development
We examine the threat of environmental crime to business and security, and how to mitigate using supply chain risk tools, ESG data, and greater collaboration.
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.
FRTB puts data demands on banks
Of all the new incoming regulations, few will have a greater impact on financial institution’s trading business than Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB).The new FRTB requirements from Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) pertain to capital requirements for banks. In fact this...
BCBS 239 — the starting line
By seeing BCBS 239 as the starting line and not the finish line, banks will not only be better prepared to handle future market events, but will be able to do business differently.