Regulatory risk 'most common global business challenge'

Regulatory risk is a bigger business challenge than terrorism and conflict, according to research.

Law Society pledges ongoing support for AML regime

The Law Society has said it will continue to play "a full part" in the fight against organised crime and money laundering.

Cutting regulation a priority for UK businesses, study finds

Research by The Entrepreneurs Network has emphasised the significance of regulation for UK firms.

Due diligence on business investments 'should go both ways'

Businesses looking for funding should be careful to conduct thorough due diligence checks on potential investors, according to an expert.

Words must lead to action, say anti-corruption campaigners

Anti-corruption campaigners have stressed that the positive commitments coming out of a recent summit in London must lead to concrete action.

FCA seeks to improve identification of money laundering risk

The FCA has said it will continue to work on helping banks improve their identification of money laundering risk in their accounts.

Boards admit to ineffective anti-bribery and corruption policies

Business board members have admitted they could be doing better in the fight against bribery and corruption.

Governments urged to support new anti-corruption centre

The success of the new Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre will be dependent on funding and inter-government support, according to KPMG.

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.

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