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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...
Calls to roll back financial regulation by United States President-elect Donald Trump have prompted compliance professionals to question what such deregulation would look like, and what it would mean for foreign banks operating in the US.
By conducting enhanced due diligence, companies and organizations are better able to understand the risks they may face when working with an entity or individual. Although they may be aware of some risks, like the possible dangers of doing business in a region known for high levels of...
In an industry paper, Asset Management 2020, PwC predicted that the industry would move centre stage within financial services through asset growth, globalization of distribution and a move into traditional banking and insurance areas such as non-bank finance and the management of pension...
There is a long held perception that Africa is a corrupt and challenging place to do business, yet the continent holds so much economic potential that it is difficult to ignore. Those African countries that choose transparency will surely benefit from greater economic opportunities.
Examines the clear synergies between money laundering, corruption and shell companies, which have always been known about but hard to prove.
Twenty-first-century technologies and increasing demand for raw materials and natural resources have heralded great opportunities in Africa. However, in order to invest successfully you first need a deep knowledge of your customers.
Human trafficking first became a global enterprise in the 15th century with the advent of the European slave trade. Since its inception, the contemporary manifestation of the global slave trade has proven an extremely difficult crime to combat for a plethora of reasons, the most prominent being...
The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) widely publicized revelation that it has yet to see the full Panama Papers data has exacerbated growing legal concerns whether banks’ compliance with the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (4MLD) is sufficient.