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Governance in Japan: Going, going, Ghosn

by: (Editorial Manager) on

Carlos Ghosn has his own comic book, The True Story of Carlos Ghosn. It ran as a strip in the manga Big Comic Superior in Japan in 2001, before being published as a book the following year. In a country obsessed with comic books, Ghosn having his own should give you an idea of the reverence in which he is held for reviving the ailing carmaker Nissan after his arrival in 1999.

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

by: (Head of Financial Crime Compliance) on

When it comes to the topics of virtual currencies, cybercrime and Trumponomics to name just a few, this presents an interesting dilemma: to what extent should we be conversant in these areas in order to fully understand the financial crime risks associated with them?

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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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Favourite Christmas movies

by: (Research and Development Manager) on

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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Financial crime and fraud in 2017 and beyond

by: (Content Marketing Manager) on

Financial crime is a key threat for industry and regulatory authorities alike. Having knowledgeable, fully trained staff who understand the risks and how they can be managed is essential.

Five ways to help establish a fraud-averse environment

by: (Research and Development Manager) on

A major reason why people commit fraud is because they are allowed to do so. There are a wide range of threats facing businesses and according to a 2016 report by KPMG, entitled Global profiles of the fraudster, the majority of fraudsters were either current or former employees of the victim organisation.

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Enforcing corporate liability for economic crime - is it all worthwhile?

by: (AML/Financial Crime Course Director) on

Failure to prevent economic crime means further increasing the legal and regulatory burden – but is it really necessary?

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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Corruption - Grease or sand in the wheels of an economy?

by: (AML/Financial Crime Prevention Course Director) on

It’s that time of year again when I find myself wondering what the future will bring and reflecting on the past.

Criminal asset recovery in the EU

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Some key statistics from a new Europol report focusing on criminal asset recovery in the EU

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