21st March 2016
I have been invited on a rather unusual tour of London. It starts very close to the Houses of Parliament but neither Westminster nor Buckingham Palace are on the itinerary. Instead we are being asked to look out for a different kind of landmark, an apartment that takes up two floors in a grand building near the Ministry of Defence. Read More
21st March 2016
London and New York-based blockchain intelligence firm Elliptic has received $5m (£3.5m) in Series A funding to help crackdown on bitcoin crime, it announced today. Read More
15th March 2016
The Director of the Serious Fraud Office has today closed the SFO’s investigation into allegations of fraudulent conduct in the foreign exchange market (Forex). This decision follows a thorough and independent investigation lasting over one and a half years and involving in excess of half a million documents. Read More
15th March 2016
Damian Clarke, a former equities trader at Schroders Investment Management Limited, pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to nine counts of insider trading. He will be sentenced on 13 June 2016. Read More
15th March 2016
LONDON - Sarfraz Merchant, who levelled serious allegations against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leaders including London-based party chief Altaf Hussain, has agreed to visit Pakistan for recording his statement. Read More
This exclusive KYC360 research paper expands upon the landmark analysis of FCA/FSA enforcement actions undertaken by AML expert Anu Ratan. Click here to view the special report. Read More
An analysis of UK FCA fines for AML between 2002-2015 and common recurring themes by expert practitioner Anu Ratan. Read More
8th March 2016
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) - Anti-corruption prosecutors have charged one of Romania's richest businessmen with money laundering and abusing his position as a chief executive of a leading insurance company. Read More
7th March 2016
The Senior Managers Regime for the banking sector and the Senior Insurance Managers Regime both come into force today. Read More
3rd March 2016
Deutsche Bank, the German lender that has paid more than $9 billion in fines and settlements since the financial crisis, expects to resolve the largest of its legal cases in coming months, co-chief executive officer John Cryan said. Read More