Financial crime 'a stay-awake issue' for executives

The threat of financial crime has become a major issue for executives with big companies, according to a senior figure at Deloitte.

Govt takes action against money laundering through UK property

The prime minister has announced new measures forcing foreign firms that own property in the UK to declare the true owner.

US Treasury calls for fresh action to tackle financial crime

The US Treasury has urged Congress to take action to combat various forms of financial crime.

PM to propose global anti-corruption agency at London summit

UK PM David Cameron will make proposals for an international anti-corruption organisation at a summit in London next week.

FRC maintains focus on corporate reporting

The FRC has outlined its priorities in its plan and budget for 2016-17.

Finance firms using digital tech to aid compliance

The Economist Intelligence Unit has published a study showing that most financial services firms are using digital technologies to comply with ethics-orientated regulation.

Businesses warned over poor knowledge of data protection rules

One in five IT decision makers in the UK are unaware of EU data protection rules announced two years ago, according to research.

UK govt unveils major AML reforms

The British government has announced the biggest reforms to its money laundering regime for over a decade.

Commonwealth plans new measures to tackle corruption in procurement

The Commonwealth secretary-general has outlined plans to launch a new "kitemark or yardstick against corruption".

Due diligence 'about investigation and discovery'

Due diligence is essentially an investigative process that involves discovering information to build a clear picture, according to an investment adviser.

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