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The importance of the compliance function has become a given, but compliance officers need to be front and center to give their firms the best chance of a trouble-free 2016.
The political and regulatory focus on financial services firms continues unabated. While some of the big reforms - such as the wholesale recapitalization of banks - are beginning to draw to a close, many other cross-border regulatory changes still need to be developed and implemented.
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...
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.
Beneath the surface: uncovering and eliminating human rights abuses in complex commodity supply chains
The complex web of relationships and inter-relationships that characterizes most global supply chains can mean that human rights abuses remain undetected. Organizations often do not fully understand exactly who they are doing business with, and suppliers, partners, contractors or subcontractors...
A year after the Iran JCPOA implementation, the results from the agreement have been mixed
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.
As the 2012 FATF Recommendations continue to filter into legislation around the globe, both financial institutions (FIs) and their clients need to be aware of developing legislation around beneficial ownership and the implications of the more granular approach being introduced by what is...
Regulators worldwide are increasingly expecting senior management to be more active in the oversight of anti-money laundering/counterterrorism financing (AML/CTF) compliance programs, and are no longer satisfied with a simple implementation or upgrade of a sanctions system.
As courts and governments around the world scrutinize and legislate on what companies should know about the labor practices of their business partners, the issue of modern-day slavery in a business supply chain is gaining importance.