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Financial services firms and their regulators had a busy but largely straightforward year in 2016. This year already looks to be anything but straightforward with Brexit and the start of the Trump presidency.
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,...
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.
Looks at the reason why an organization needs to know who the ultimate beneficial owners are in a business relationship
Increased focus of Asian Regulators on Trade Financing and Dual Used Good, as governments take a harder line on money laundering
Findings have suggested that a staggering 80% of illicit financial flows from developing countries are made through trade-based money laundering
Expert talk: From political individuals to private corporations
Most companies doing business across borders have codes of conduct or other forms of corruption prevention. But when a company is operating in a high-risk environment, just having a code of conduct or a rule prohibiting bribery is not enough. Great-looking compliance programs can falter when...
Many in the compliance profession may be wondering what the results of the U.S. election mean for them, their jobs, and their firm's compliance programs. Compliance officers can expect a lot of questions, meeting invites, plus a general need to revisit policies and procedures in anticipation of...