1st February 2016
Professor Michael Levi is one of the world’s foremost academics specialising in economic crime. He has been at the forefront of anti-money laundering thought leadership for much of the past thirty years. In this exclusive KYC360 interview he talks to Tom Devlin about the complexity of attempting to measure the effectiveness of AML legislation and how it is likely to evolve in future. Read More
1st February 2016
Hillary Rosenberg is the Head of Anti Bribery & Corruption for Standard Chartered Bank in the Americas. In this exclusive KYC360 interview she discusses ABAC controls, compliance challenges and what is at stake for banks that fall short. Read More
29th January 2016
Council of Europe’s Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and the Financing of Terrorism (MONEYVAL) have urged Armenian authorities to take immediate action to ensure that law enforcement efforts are fully commensurate with the money laundering risks faced by the country. Read More
29th January 2016
Of the 18 644 registered religious organisations in the country, 10 718 have failed to comply and many are involved in money laundering. Read More
29th January 2016
Singapore (AFP) – A Singapore shipping firm was fined Friday for its role in an attempt to smuggle Soviet-era weapons and fighter jets from Cuba to North Korea in 2013. Read More
29th January 2016
Madrid – A Spanish court refused on Friday to drop a case against Princess Cristina, who is on trial charged with tax evasion in a corruption scandal centred on her husband’s business dealings. Read More
28th January 2016
Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday introduced two bills to the National Assembly seeking stiffer penalties for money launderers, Punchhas reported. Read More
28th January 2016
Google Inc.  GOOG 4.61%  may have thought its tax deal with the U.K. was the end of an awkward chapter in Europe, but it’s looking more like the beginning of a bigger one. Read More
28th January 2016
The Financial Conduct Authority might delay its upcoming business plan amid ongoing leadership transition at the regulator, warns Wealth Management Association deputy chief executive John Barrass. Read More
28th January 2016
(ANSA) – Rome, January 28 – Premier Matteo Renzi on Thursday tweeted the government could not be accused of being pro-tax dodgers and noted that 2015 had seen a record haul of almost 15 billion euros recouped from unpaid taxes. Read More