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5 takeaways from the AMLP Forum

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I recently attended the AMLP 12th Annual European AML & Financial Crime Conference in London, and there were some fascinating sessions over the course of the 2 days that addressed many of the challenges currently facing the regulatory community across Europe.

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How to use a football club to launder money

by: (Senior Research and Development Manager) on

We never stop learning because criminals don't. If you've ever wondered how to launder money through a football club, here's your opportunity to learn more.

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

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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.

Brazilian Corruption Scandal

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Brazilian energy giant Petrobras has reached a non-prosecution agreement with the United States Justice Department after violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. This Prezi will explore the roots of this corruption scandal and address the consequences for Brazilian firms.

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5 best practice tips for training in AML and Compliance

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What is best practice training for Anti Money Laundering and Compliance?

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Trade-based money laundering: The bank’s problem?

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The amounts criminals are laundering through trade based money laundering is estimated at hundreds of billions of dollars per year. Is this truly the bank's problem?

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Football’s tax problem

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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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Iran oil launder

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Arriving in the United States for a vacation in 2016, Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab was arrested by the FBI. Zarrab was the lynchpin of an ambitious and, for a while, successful, plot helping Iran evade US sanctions. Here’s how he did it.

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Favourite Christmas movies

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We elves (compliance professionals) try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup. It’s fair to say that we’re feeling pretty festive here at International Compliance Training HQ. In the spirit of Christmas, we’ve collated our favourite Christmas movie, and (some may say) found a tenuous link to regulatory compliance and financial crime…

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Political criminality in India

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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?

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