When property gets too hot: investigating ownership for your CDD obligations

With regulators and investigators clamping down harder and harder on money laundering in the property sector, how can estate agents get to the bottom of true ownership? We look at this vexed issue.

Businesses could do more to eradicate conflict minerals in their supply chains

Many businesses could be doing more to improve their efforts to eradicate conflict minerals from their supply chains, recent research has indicated.

£32m London property among assets targeted in anti-corruption probe

A £32 million townhouse in Belgravia is among the assets the US Department of Justice is trying to seize as part of an anti-corruption investigation.

Risk management 'requires measured and rational decisions'

Risk management is primarily about making "measured and rational" decisions, according to a business consultant.

New York adopts new AML regulations

The New York Department of Financial Services is adopting new risk-based anti-terrorism and anti-money laundering regulations.

Money laundering 'deep and widespread' in London property market

The Home Affairs Select Committee has highlighted the money laundering risks in London's property investment market.

New KYC measures proposed for cross-border transactions

The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures has made recommendations designed to ease concerns regarding cross-border banking.

FCA considers due diligence rule changes for crowdfunding sector

The Financial Conduct Authority has called for input on potential regulatory changes for the crowdfunding sector.

NZ govt confirms new AML actions

The government of New Zealand has taken fresh steps to tackle money laundering and tax evasion.

Exporters warned of corruption risk in emerging markets

UK exporters that target emerging markets have been urged to be alert to corruption risks.

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