15th November 2016
A US man is standing trial for mining in-game FIFA currency and reselling it for millions of dollars. Read More
14th November 2016
The European Council has endorsed a proposal to grant tax authorities access to information held by authorities responsible for the prevention of money laundering. Read More
14th November 2016
Experts have called for card readers and tighter security after £2.5m was stolen from the accounts of Tesco Bank customers. Read More
11th November 2016
Nine Blockchain technology-related firms have been accepted into the UK Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) regulatory sandbox, which enables them to test out their innovative ideas without immediately incurring all the normal regulatory consequences. Read More
11th November 2016
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has released a sobering assessment of blockchain -- the much-hyped technology some banks are researching to cut costs -- including a warning that it may raise the risk of money laundering. Read More
11th November 2016
Amber Rudd concedes London has become safe haven for illicit money and UK should do more to stop estimated £90bn a year laundered via British capital. Read More
10th November 2016
The theft of money from accounts at Tesco Bank is a threat to national security and undermines public trust in financial firms, Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd said on Thursday. Read More
8th November 2016
FCA chief tells MPs that ‘serious’ theft from 20,000 accounts may be linked via debit card flaw as customers report money transfered to Brazil and Spain. Read More
7th November 2016
Tesco Bank has frozen online transactions after customers were affected by fraudulent activity and pledged to refund those who had money taken from their accounts over the weekend. Read More
7th November 2016
China’s government has approved a broad new cybersecurity law aimed at tightening and centralizing state control over information flows and technology equipment, raising concerns among foreign companies operating in the country. Read More