Working group targets money laundering with digital currencies

Authorities including Interpol are taking part in a new initiative to clamp down on money laundering using digital currencies.

Bosses could be liable if staff fail to prevent fraud

Members of company boards could face prosecution if they fail to prevent members of staff from committing financial crime.

China's G20 summit delivers new anti-corruption measures

The recent G20 summit in China ended with some positive steps on anti-corruption.

Singapore set to strengthen AML standards in payments industry

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has proposed regulatory changes that could boost anti-money laundering standards in the payments industry.

US Treasury releases AML factsheet for correspondent banking

The US Treasury has released a fact sheet outlining supervisory processes, sanctions and other details regarding anti-money laundering efforts in correspondent banking.

Even the smallest firms 'must take action against corruption'

Anti-corruption programmes are important for all businesses, even the smallest, according to an expert.

IT audits increasingly common in M&A due diligence

It is becoming more and more common for companies to conduct IT reviews before going ahead with an acquisition.

Machine learning aids fight against money laundering

Machine learning and artificial intelligence could be powerful weapons against money laundering in the future, according to reports.

Tougher penalties proposed for tax avoidance 'enablers'

The UK Treasury has proposed harsher penalties for accountants and advisers found to have enabled tax avoidance.

People of significant control: significant but only part of the picture

Information on "People of significant control" (PSC) has become yet another piece of the ownership jigsaw for Bureau van Dijk's databases.

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