Infographic detailing the 10 Things compliance officers need to do in 2016.
Review this infographic to stay a step ahead and learn what key trends are developing in the compliance landscape for 2016.
Infographic from our independent financial institutions and corporates KYC survey showcasing the KYC and client onboarding challenges faced day to day.
This white paper explores the complexity surrounding RBA (Risk Based Approach), taking a look at how the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF) is addressing this and outlines the key risks that need to be addressed.
This white paper is an update on the latest developments concerning sanctions against Russia.
Examines how companies and financial institutions will be assessing their risk appetite and exposure, as Iran opens up for business after the relaxation of sanctions by the UN, US and EU as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
This report highlights some of the key concerns of buy-side firms in their capacity as responders to KYC requests.
In this special report on implementing an industry leading Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policy, we recap the challenges and best practices shared in a recent Thomson Reuters webcast discussion.
This report looks at the cyber risks faced by investment managers, who handle strictly confidential data on a continual basis, whether they perform KYC due diligence on their own clients or respond to KYC requests from their banks.
Regulators worldwide are increasingly expecting senior management to be more active in the oversight of anti-money laundering/counterterrorism financing (AML/CTF) compliance programs, and are no longer satisfied with a simple implementation or upgrade of a sanctions system.
Along with the key demands around document submission, identity theft is increasingly a concern - this expert talk highlights how organizations can drive change and become even more efficient, secure, and compliant around this process.
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive (4MLD) has passed its final legislative hurdle and will become law across EU member states in two years following a vote in the European Parliament.