10th November 2017
Proposed sanctions against the Myanmar military should move quickly through the U.S. Congress due to strong bipartisan support, lawmakers told VOA. The Burma Sanctions Bill in the House of Representatives and a companion bill in the Senate would apply economic pressure on military generals with the aim of ending the… Read More
6th November 2017
By Bastian Obermayer, Edouard Perrin, Frederik Obermaier, Oliver Zihlmann, Petra Blum and Will Fitzgibbon, ICIJ The Glencore Room at Appleby’s Bermuda office wasn’t much to look at. Across from the women’s bathroom, the room dedicated to one of the offshore law firm’s most important clients held a filing cabinet,… Read More
George Pearmain, lead policy adviser on financial crime for Jersey, on the past successes and future challenges for the island's financial crime prevention regime. Read More
5th September 2017
Lloyds Bank was Britain’s most complained about City firm in the first half of 2017, according to figures released by the Financial Ombudsman. Royal Bank of Scotland, meanwhile, baulked a trend of rising PPI complaints in the first half of 2017, falling out of the UK’s top 10 most complained… Read More
KYC360's Tom Devlin speaks to Dan Tannebaum, Partner of the Financial Crimes Unit and Global Financial Services Sanctions Leader at PwC. Read More
Compliance professionals in many large organizations are faced with a dilemma: is it possible to maintain the clarity of a single global compliance policy while still complying with the increasingly divergent local laws? Read More
Stephen Platt, Chairman of KYC Technologies, offers an optimistic perspective on the impact of technology on AML compliance. Read More
KYC360's Tom Devlin interviews Simon Gaudion, Director of the Enforcement Division at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. Read More
KYC360's Tom Devlin interviews William Dayhoff, Director of the Virtual Threat Analysis Center in the FBI Counter Terrorism Division. Read More
Kenya’s new Bribery Act, which pairs onerous obligations with severe penalties, may mark the start of a new era in which developing countries pass and enforce anti-bribery laws that are far more stringent than those in “traditional” compliance jurisdictions. Read More