EESC calls for expansion of European AML measures

The list of countries covered by the EU's anti-money laundering legislation should be expanded, according to the EESC.

Sanctions compliance: essential Q&As for corporates and financial institutions

This blog post introduces our new "InFocus" strand, the first piece in the series featuring the independent expertise of sanctions solicitor David Savage, a senior associate at Eversheds LLP.

New KYC and due diligence course launched

The ICA has launched a new certificate in KYC and customer due diligence.

Integrating beneficial ownership data with client onboarding and KYC systems

Yesterday Bureau van Dijk's Anders Rodenberg joined a webinar discussing the need for beneficial ownership data, how it can be sourced and how it can be efficiently and effectively integrated with existing onboarding and KYC systems. You can view it here.

UK govt passes legislation to strengthen AML

The UK's new Criminal Finances Bill features key measures including unexplained wealth orders.

ID system to support customer due diligence efforts in Jamaica

The National Identification System is due to be rolled out in Jamaica.

Could AI help banks tackle money laundering?

Artificial intelligence could be a valuable tool in banks' AML efforts, research has suggested.

OECD supports anti-corruption efforts in Greece

A collaborative project has been launched to strengthen an anti-corruption action plan in Greece.

New fraud risk management guide published

A voluntary organisation in the US has published a new guide to fraud risk management.

Blockchain 'could play a big part in AML efforts'

The blockchain concept - or more specifically distributed ledgers - could prove highly significant in future efforts to tackle money laundering, it has been suggested.

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