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  • Global challenges and solutions around financial crime 2018

    Financial crime is still growing despite companies spending $1.28 trillion a year to mitigate. Download this interactive infographic to learn country specific stats around financial crime challenges. Avoid economic loss, punishment and reputational damage by incorporating customer and third...

  • Counting the global loss of financial crime

    The true cost of financial crime extends far beyond pure economics. Critical social and humanitarian consequences impact the lives of millions of individuals across the globe on a daily basis. Download this interactive infographic to see crime segments compared and to better understand the...

  • A Copernican Revolution in culture and conduct risk management

    In partnership with Starling, authors Stephen Scott, Martin Wheatley, Mirea Raaijmakers, and Nicholas Christakis explore culture and conduct risk management and how successfully addressing this focus will require a “Copernican Revolution” in thinking, overturning three biases that mark the...

  • Financial Crime: Lifting the Veil on the True Economic and Humanitarian Cost

    The true cost of financial crime extends far beyond pure economics. Critical social and humanitarian consequences impact the lives of millions of individuals across the globe on a daily basis. When viewed in its entirety, can we ever really quantify the cost of this so-called ‘victimless’ crime?

  • UK white paper —the problem with equivalence

    The UK government has published its detailed white paper on the UK’s proposed future relationship with the European Union after the UK leaves the Union. Read this article to explore whether the new “equivalence” concept differs meaningfully from “mutual recognition” and whether the EU can adopt...

  • KYC policy variations: Can we achieve industry standardization?

    The absence of harmonization in guidance and expectations has led to multiple approaches and interpretations of KYC laws across the financial services industry. While a genuine desire for standardization exists, in reality variances in implementation between countries and, frequently, within a...

  • Cost of Compliance 2018

    Compliance and risk practitioners from nearly 800 financial services firms across the world, including banks, brokers, asset managers and insurers, have taken part in Thomson Reuters ninth annual Cost of Compliance survey – As with previous years, the report builds on annual surveys of similar...

  • A Blockchain Enabled KYC Solution: New Horizon or False Dawn?

    Against a backdrop of escalating costs, complex manual processes and increased regulatory scrutiny, financial institutions are required to critically evaluate their operating procedures and look to innovative technologies to retain profitability and ensure compliance with global regulations.

  • True Cost of Financial Crime

    Financial crime is multi-faceted, multi-national and very often invisible, making it hard to identify, measure and combat. Its impact is felt in many ways. In our 2018 independent survey, we reveal the scale of the challenge, we measure the impact it has on business, society and people, and we...

  • Cost of Compliance 2018

    Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence conducted its ninth annual cost of compliance survey in Q1 2018. Over 800 responses were received from risk and compliance practitioners worldwide, including Asia, Australasia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, United Kingdom and the United States,...