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  • GAMLG’s AML Risk Assessment for Licenced Betting Office (LBOs) and Remote Gambling Industries

    This is the first risk compilation of the money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks within the gambling sector, prepared by the Gambling Anti-Money Laundering Group (GAMLG).

  • Cost of Compliance 2017 Report

    Thomson Reuters has carried out its annual survey on the cost of compliance and the challenges financial services firms expect to face in the year ahead.

  • Regtech 2020 and Beyond - What Does the Future Hold?

    Regulatory technology (or “regtech” as it has become known) was one of the hottest topics for compliance and risk officers over the past year, and will remain a focus for compliance professionals in 2017.

  • Third Party Risk: Exposing the Gaps from a European Point of View

    In a bid to understand how U.S. organizations are really managing third party risk and, further, to uncover any gaps in knowledge, Thomson Reuters commissioned a survey of professionals involved in global third party relationships and/or third party risk management. This report is a spotlight...

  • Culture and Conduct Risk 2017

    Thomson Reuters has undertaken its fourth annual survey on how firms around the world are managing the challenges presented by the regulatory focus on culture and conduct risk.

  • Third Party Risk: Exposing the Gaps from a U.S. Point of View

    In a bid to understand how U.S. organizations are really managing third party risk and, further, to uncover any gaps in knowledge, Thomson Reuters commissioned a survey of professionals involved in global third party relationships and/or third party risk management.

  • 2017 State of Regulatory Reform

    This annual report covers our predictions for 2017; learn from our team of journalists at Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence about what regulatory events will shape the year and how you can best stay prepared.

  • London Property: A top destination for money launderers

    New research from Thomson Reuters and Transparency International UK shines the spotlight on politically exposed persons (PEPs) owning land and property in London, with a focus on companies registered in secrecy jurisdictions.

  • Fintech, Regtech, and the role of compliance: A regulatory opportunity or challenge?

    Technology is driving rapid change in financial services, with the latest developments seen as revolution rather than evolution. Click here to read the full report which explores the future challenges the regtech revolution poses for the compliance function.

  • Real world KYC challenges: a focus on Hong Kong

    A recent Thomson Reuters survey conducted in early 2016 revealed the real world KYC challenges experienced on a daily basis by multiple market participants operating in the global Anti-Money Laundering (AML) environment. In this report, we highlight the pertinent issues relating specifically to...