How some EU nations appear to be trying to weaken transparency in AML4

In advance of the implementation of the AML4 legislation, some nations appear to be trying to weaken certain transparency provisions in the law.

How Orbis played a part in investigating links between Russia and Trump

With significant attention being paid to potential ties between US president Donald Trump and Russia, Reuters calls upon Orbis's rich, structured company information to help report on a high level of Russian investment in Trump-branded properties in South Florida.

A-Z guide: corporate ownership and compliance terms

In this blog post we introduce our new A-Z guide, which defines and discusses types of corporate ownership, outlines associated considerations, and includes related terms in the complex world of risk and compliance.

The 10 biggest risks identified in AML4 - and how to deal with them

The upcoming AML4 legislation places a strong emphasis on risk, even publishing a list of elements to be aware of. Here we highlight 10 of these risk factors and offer possible solutions to help mitigate them.

Why you might be surprised at the levels of perceived corruption worldwide in 2016

Transparency International recently published its annual report, which measures perceived levels of corruption around the world. The Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 reveals some surprising results.

The hidden reputational cost of inadvertent terror funding

Some of the world's biggest brands are unwittingly funding extremist groups through their advertising efforts. What's happening, and how can you safeguard against getting fined or damaging your brand's reputation?

Smart sanctions and the US government's use of the best company data to measure them

Since Russia's Crimean intervention, what economic impact have US- and EU-imposed "smart" sanctions had on the companies they targeted? The US State Department relied on our data to investigate. Find out how.

What you need to know about AML4

As the 26th of June deadline for national implementation of the EU's 4th anti-money laundering directive fast approaches, we outline some of the key new considerations for regulatory and reputational risk mitigation.

Investigating cross-border financial crime: what's in your toolkit?

What happens to your common "go-to" resource arsenal when a compliance investigation takes you overseas and across multiple borders? We investigate using the example of the Alcoa case.

Six crucial facts about modern slavery

We highlight some of the concerning facts and statistics surrounding modern slavery and forced labour, and discuss how your company can limit its exposure to these practices  and even help end them.

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