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World television day 2017: This year’s financial crime offerings

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Today is World Television Day. Its organisers hail television as ‘a cornerstone of democracy and a pillar of freedom of expression and cultural diversity. It nurtures education, continually invites people to explore beyond their living rooms and arouses curiosity’.

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An update from Latin America: Temer, Fifa, Mexico

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In the latest update from Latin America, a Guatemalan judge has been the first individual jailed as part of an investigation into corruption at Fifa. Also, Odebrecht’s machinations into Peruvian politics revealed and a look at Mexico’s ongoing fight against money laundering.

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RegTech and FinTech’s impact on the regulated sector - Expert Panel summary

by: (AML/Financial Crime Course Director) on

As part of the Big Compliance Conversation initiative, International Compliance Training hosted a panel last week that brought together experts from the banking, RegTech and FinTech sectors to consider the key issue of RegTech and FinTech’s impact on the regulated sector, and in particular on banking.

Paradise lost: new data leak and familiar concerns

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The response to last Sunday’s Paradise Papers leak has been curiously muted and subdued. Gone is the impassioned indignation that greeted last year’s Panama Papers. The Guardian, lamenting the lack of reaction, summarised the public response as ‘tepid’. Why is this the case?

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Money Laundering – the Pakistan Lottery Typology

by: (Associate Director, Research and Development) on

I won £412,000 on the Pakistan Prize Bond Draw. And I didn’t just win it once. I won it 123 times. Yes – you read that correctly. I won it 123 times. Fancy that eh? What an incredible run of luck.

Political criminality in India

by: (Research & Development Manager) on

Politicians must be seen as model citizens, upstanding and righteous, with a blemish-free reputation – after all, they represent us, the people. But, is this always the case?

What are the 7 benefits of studying for an ICA qualification?

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Inspirational learning that makes a difference to you and your future.

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Money Laundering and North Korea

by: (Research & Development Manager) on

I read an article recently that highlighted how North Korea is using Hong Kong to launder their criminal proceeds. The article described the use of shell companies established in the region that provide the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (the official name of North Korea) with access to the global financial system. Severe international sanctions are in place to restrict this access to North Korea, so any advantage they can gain is really important for them to maintain the best access they can.

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5 benefits of online learning

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Did you know that International Compliance Training offer a wide range of online courses, perfectly suited to different levels of experience across multiple sectors?

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World Mental Health Day: 5 tips for managing your mental health in the workplace

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World Mental Health Day 2017 focuses on mental health in the work place. Here are our top tips on how to manage your mental health, and how to promote a positive, supportive culture of mental health concerns.

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