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Why quality data is a remedy for corruption ills
Bribery and corruption are eating away at the global economy as if a pandemic. Learn why quality data is a remedy for corruption ills.
Will the Olympics be tainted by corruption?
Will the Olympics be tainted by corruption? The question of how to tackle corruption in sport is as poignant after the allegations against FIFA of widespread corruption.
Fintech and regtech are huge topics for compliance executives
FinTech and Regtech were huge topics for compliance executives at the 2016 Thomson Reuters Compliance & Risk Summit in London.
Financial institutions are feeling the pain of KYC
As regulatory change creates longer and more complex Know Your Customer (KYC) processes — financial institutions are feeling the pain of KYC.
What the Panama Papers and Bahamian offshore leaks reveal about challenges of identifying Ultimate Beneficial Owner
The Panama Papers remind us of the challenges behind identifying Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs). James Swenson explores barriers to identifying (UBOs).
Know your ultimate beneficial owner or face the consequences
Entering into a contract or business relationship with a company without full knowledge of the beneficial owner introduces significant risk to an organization.
Businesses role in fight against slavery
Illegal profits generated by forced labor amount to US$150 billion annually, equivalent to the profits of the 4 top companies on the Fortune 500 list.
A holistic approach to risk management for commodity trading companies
Managing risk has never been so complex and regulated in the commodities market. Here's why.
KYC: Are Shared Utilities the Answer?
After the global financial crisis comes a paperchase crisis as banks ask clients to complete KYC processes time and again. Are shared utilities the answers?