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India’s Money Laundering Agency Finds Proceeds in JPMorgan Case

A federal investigation agency in India said it had preliminary evidence that units of JPMorgan Chase & Co. were involved in crimes generating 1.87 billion rupees ($24 million) in proceeds, raising the stakes in a months-long money laundering probe. The anti-money laundering agency Enforcement Directorate informed the top court… Read More

Database Exposes Offshore Holdings of Prominent Germans

The group’s name alone reflects its combative mission: The collective of transparency activists calls itself Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoS), a name that recalls denial of service, a form of online attack that knocks out servers and websites by targeting them with huge numbers of superfluous requests. Committed as they… Read More

Switzerland cooperates with Vatican fraud investigation

The justice ministry has sent initial documents to the Vatican as part of an investigation into suspected bribery and money laundering related to a London property deal in which some Swiss banks are said to be involved. This is according to information obtained by the German-language paper NZZ am… Read More
19th May 2020
The suspicious activity reporting regime is in need of a “wholesale revolution” that would allow financial institutions to deliver more actionable intelligence to investigators, according to Tom Keatinge, director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI. In a recent episode of KYC360’s AML Talk Show,… Read More
7th November 2019
In this exclusive interview KYC360 talks to Tom Keatinge, Director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London, where his research focuses on matters at the intersection of finance and security, including the use of finance as a tool of… Read More
25th October 2019
The latest gathering of the global anti-financial crime standard-setter, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – the first under its Chinese presidency – included a number of eye-catching items reflecting the incoming president’s Objectives statement.  The plenary considered long-ignored threats such as money laundering associated with the illegal… Read More
13th June 2019
The United Kingdom must amend its disjointed approach to sanctions policymaking and enforcement ahead of the country’s departure from the European Union, a House of Commons committee said in a report Wednesday. The findings by the Foreign Affairs Committee cite concerns that the Foreign & Commonwealth Office has set… Read More