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Although many believe slavery no longer exists, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO) it remains a stark reality for 40.3 million victims around the world, generating over $150 billion in profit. Without proper safeguards, there is a very real possibility that modern slavery...
A look at the timeline of these special OFAC sanctions and how the 50% aggregate ownership rule works in practice.
This article takes a look what the various kinds of economic and trade sanctions, the sanctioning bodies and their effect on business as well as how to help minimize the risk of a company dealing with sanctioned entities and associates.
Part one of a series of two - The Global Laundromat scandal has demonstrated that there is a lack of anti-money laundering acumen and insight at the leadership level in most financial centers. Until that deficiency is recognized, things are unlikely to improve. Rules-based regimes and...
Analysis: Lessons from the Global Laundromat investigation ,Part two of a series of two.
Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. Well resourced, business-specific risk and control infrastructures have always been a required core competency for firms but 2017 is set to test the resilience of all firms.
2016 started benignly for firms and their compliance officers. The end was both clear and in sight for many of the big regulatory reforms offering the future possibility of a risk and compliance agenda not dominated by significant change programs. 2017 looks different. A combination of Brexit,...
The P5+1 nations agreed to lift several sanctions that were in place for Iran but a year after the Iran JCPOA implementation, the results from the agreement have been mixed.
Sex Trafficking and money laundering: The dual dilemma facing both law enforcement and the financial sector
Insight into how a recently dismantled US-Thailand sex trafficking ring operated and the flow of illicit funds.
Increased focus of Asian Regulators on Trade Financing and Dual Used Good, as governments take a harder line on money laundering