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Expert Talk High-risk customers and PEPs: Maintaining a good customer experience while mitigating risk
This article takes a look at why it is necessary to take a proportionate view of the risks individual PEPs actually pose versus their need to access financial services. To this end, a careful balance between managing financial crime risk and client relationships is essential to business...
Brazilian state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA, or Petrobras, said in early June 2017 that it had agreed to settle a shareholder lawsuit by The Vanguard Group, an investment management company, to recover corruption-related losses. The case offers notable lessons in anti-bribery...
Global regulatory efforts to combat financial crime have resulted in ever more stringent KYC and AML regulations being imposed on organizations. This expert talk explores the knock-on effect on compliance departments and how artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to lighten the load.
As the global use of cryptocurrencies continues to gather momentum, this Expert Talk examines what the potential risks and implications for compliance professionals are and how they can stay a step ahead.
January saw the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority set out its policy priorities for the insurance and superannuation sectors in the year ahead.
This article takes a look back at 2017, the second year of implementation for the Iran and P5+1 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), was a mix of highs and lows especially for Iran and the U.S.
Dominic Mac, Global Head of KYC Industry Solutions, at Thomson Reuters discusses challenges remaining compliant with comprehensive Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements while managing regulatory change in the APAC region.
For financial services firms and their regulators much of 2017 was devoted to implementation programmes with the impending deadline for the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II and associated Regulation (MiFID II/R). For the most part this came into effect on January 3, 2018
2018 will be the year when compliance officers in the Asia-Pacific region come into their own, as financial institutions become more dependent on their compliance staff to guide them through competing regulatory complexities.
Categorized by delays and rearrangements of changes of 2017, compliance officers have now got to deal with updates of not only what will be changing but also when.