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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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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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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)

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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Top financial crime prevention blogs of 2017

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Financial crime, like the technology that often facilitates it, refuses to keep still, and it is incumbent upon professionals working in financial crime prevention to ensure that they are up to date with the latest knowledge and skills essential to fighting financial crime. Here are some of our favourite FCP stories from 2017.

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Does bribery pay?

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In March I wrote that a change in the way business is conducted in South Korea was inevitable after the president was ousted from power and placed on trial for corruption. Real public anger has given the new government the mandate to introduce changes to the family-run conglomerate system of business known as chaebol, after Samsung was directly involved in the in former president’s impeachment. This prompts the heretical question: is the reputational damage that Samsung has incurred a burden worth shouldering when the money is stacking up?

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Are populism and corruption linked?

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By the time you’re reading this, the French people will have made their decision between Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron in the French Presidential election. Whoever the new–incumbent of the Élysée Palace is, the nature of the election campaign has reignited a debate about the politics of populism.

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The Panama Papers, corruption and the richest man in Syria

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It’s been 12 months since the release of the Panama Papers, the biggest data leak in history from the internal files of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.

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Odebrecht corruption scandal leaves devastating aftermath

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I wrote in February about the fallout from the Brazilian corruption scandal that prompted the investigation known as Operation Car Wash. Almost three years to the day this investigation into bribery began, the aftershock continues to be felt. Earlier this month it was revealed that the Brazilian Supreme Court would open investigations into 83 politicians suspected of accepting bribes.

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Happy International Day of Happiness

by: (Senior Research and Development Manager) on

The UN has been celebrating the international day of happiness since 2013, recognising the importance of happiness in the lives of people all around the world. Happiness and well-being are intertwined with the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals launched in 2015.

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