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The 1MDB saga: three typologies that could have been recognised

by: (Editorial Manager) on

Two years ago, The Guardian called 1MDB ‘a scandal meriting the world’s attention’. Today the world is certainly paying attention – but keeping up with the daily, sometimes hourly, information related to it is a challenge not for those faint of heart.

Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training

by: (Associate Director, Research and Development) on

In order to achieve good understanding of, and compliance with, your anti-corruption policies, you need a process that transfers the necessary knowledge, insight and skill to those who serve your organisation (VIDEO)

How many languages does a financial crime professional need to speak?

by: (Head of Financial Crime Compliance) on

It seems not a day goes by at the moment without some mention of Bitcoin, cybercrime, political machinations, Brexit, global instability or the drivers of radicalisation, amongst other things. On top of this, there are even TV dramas about most of these subjects.

The skills and attributes of a compliance officer

by: (Research & Development Manager) on

Have you ever wondered which skills and attributes are useful when working in compliance?

Use the (en)force(ment)! 5 FCA fines of 2018

by: (Senior Research and Development Manager) on

On May the 4th there is a lot of talk about force, but there is one type of force that firms don’t want to experience: enforcement. Take a look at the fines from the FCA for 2018.

Global banking and markets: Another look at the LIBOR scandal

by: (Content Marketing Manager) on

Financial crime risks are inherent in all financial markets; market manipulation, sanctions, tax evasion and corruption can have disastrous consequences on society, as the LIBOR scandal proved. Have we moved on? Does the global banking system still pose a threat?

SMCR Extension – What do I need to know?

by: (Research & Development Manager) on

The aim of the new SM&CR is to reduce harm to consumers and strengthen market integrity by making individuals more accountable for their conduct and competence. But, that's not all.

Global banking and markets: 100 trillion reasons for a specific focus

by: (Associate Director, Research and Development) on

100 trillion dollars: figures tend to vary depending on dates and data sources, but that’s a general estimate on the dollar value of the global banking and markets environment.

Football’s tax problem

by: (Editorial Manager) on

The world’s most lucrative game has a money problem. And unlike the sport itself, it’s not a very thrilling or exciting one: tax.

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The devil is in the detail: A cautionary tale of ‘know your obligations’

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

Since the introduction of the civil regime in UK market abuse legislation it has been a lot easier for the UK regulator to pursue those suspected of market abuse and for a much wider range of activities than those that fell within ‘tipping’ and ‘dealing’ offences under the Criminal Justice Act 1993.


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