Risk management is primarily about making "measured and rational" decisions, according to a business consultant.
The New York Department of Financial Services is adopting new risk-based anti-terrorism and anti-money laundering regulations.
The Home Affairs Select Committee has highlighted the money laundering risks in London's property investment market.
The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures has made recommendations designed to ease concerns regarding cross-border banking.
The Financial Conduct Authority has called for input on potential regulatory changes for the crowdfunding sector.
The government of New Zealand has taken fresh steps to tackle money laundering and tax evasion.
UK exporters that target emerging markets have been urged to be alert to corruption risks.
Maintaining control of compliance costs should be a key priority for financial services firms over the coming years, according to Brickendon Consulting.
The European Commission has proposed stronger transparency rules to tackle money laundering and financial crime.
Investment management firm Brewin Dolphin has called for a common due diligence framework for financial advisers.