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Brazilian Corruption Scandal

by: (Editorial Manager) on

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

by: (Research & Development Manager) on

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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Kroll Global Fraud Report: Fraud the new normal

by: (Editorial Manager) on

We summarise the findings of Kroll, the risk consultancy firm, who recently released their annual Global Fraud and Risk Report.

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AML compliance and operations: split or stick?

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

Citigroup has been a hot topic in anti money laundering (AML) circles lately, thanks to its restructuring of AML compliance and operations arms into a single organisation. At the same time, it has been reported that both JPMorgan and HSBC have chosen to break up their AML compliance and operations units.

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BSI: a timely reminder for anti money laundering

by: (ICTA Managing Director) on

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) pulled no punches in announcing sweeping action against BSI Bank Limited, with MAS Managing Director Ravi Menon describing it as ‘the worst case of control lapses and gross misconduct we have seen in the Singapore financial sector’.

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The UK Action plan for anti money laundering and counter-terrorist finance: key points

by: (Editorial Manager) on

April 2016 is shaping up to be the month that just keeps on giving when it comes to new developments around financial secrecy and crime. First we had the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ Panama Papers, sending out shock waves and triggering official responses round the world, and not just of the ministerial resignation variety, as in Iceland and Spain.

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Place your bets: The gaming industry and bookmakers - low risk for money laundering or not?

by: (Director ICT Academic Faculty) on

So, we need to talk about the gaming sector in the UK. A debate is currently raging between the industry, policymakers, and regulators. The stakes are high indeed with the industry arguing disproportionate regulation could lead to hugely increased costs (in the millions of pounds) and job losses across the high street retail betting shop sector.

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