Sam Sheen, founder and managing director, Ex-Ante Advisory, explores challenges in implementing amendments of the EU's Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AML5) and how organizations could be affected.
Transcrime's Michele Riccardi explores complex ownership structures and the implications for tracing serious organized crime. See the full video of his opening address at our 2019 Compliance Forum.
Anna Bradshaw, partner at Peters & Peters, explains how US sanctions policy can impact businesses in other jurisdictions, including the EU.
Anna Bradshaw, a partner with the UK law firm Peters & Peters, explains how sanctions policies could be affected by Brexit and what compliance teams need to do to stay prepared.
Michele Riccardi, senior researcher for Transcrime, explains how his organization uses company information to identify risk and uncover financial crime.
Jane Jee, CEO of Kompli-Global, explains how technology and data can help banks with their compliance processes.
Bill Hauserman, senior director, compliance solutions at Bureau van Dijk and Keith Furst, managing director at Data Derivatives discuss which of their predictions came true and what the future holds for compliance teams and processes.
Companies that are sanctioned by extension are not on any sanctions list but you should not trade with them and could be fined if you do. Watch our short video to see how a US company is linked to a sanctioned individual in Russia through nine companies – meaning all companies in the chain are sanctioned by extension in this real example.
Stephen Storey, head of operations and regulatory investigations for Rio Tinto, shares his top 3 tips for building and maintaining a successful third-party compliance programme.
Robert Smith, director, ethics and compliance for InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), shares his top 3 tips for building and maintaining a successful third-party compliance programme.
An interview with Kaitlyn Speer, manager, operational research and analysis for Liberty Shared.
Many challenges in the anti-money laundering space have evolved from globalization. Learn how focusing on company structures and better sources of data can help your business fight financial crime.
Financial crime is transnational in nature so using global data to determine opacity of ownership is critical. Transcrime’s AML and organized crime expert, Professor Michele Riccardi, highlights the importance of corporate ownership structures to this area.
Find out how to use data to optimally address the challenges posed by complex financial crime in this short video featuring Anthony Cosgrove MBE, co-founder of cloud data solutions provider Harbr.
The US Department of State’s acting Chief Economist, Dr Daniel P Ahn, talks to us about why the government body relies on a detailed data network – our Orbis database – to measure the impact of targeted sanctions.
SME specialist Akoni Hub uses our wide coverage of private company data to enhance its marketing and AML offerings. CEO Felicia Meyerowitz Singh talks to us about how the company's '3-minute onboarding process' works.
Companies are thinking more dynamically about their crisis management programmes. This video looks at common issues around reputation risk and how global market intelligence can help you address them.
In light of the evolving AML directives, this video explains the shifts in regulatory risk such as Know Your Third Party (KY3P) and beneficial ownership to highlight the importance of calibrating a risk-based approach through data.
Because partnerships are such a common way of doing business, due diligence programmes now require a data-driven approach to mitigate risk. This video covers the top 4 gaps in business partner due diligence programmes and how to remedy them.