The European Commission has outlined new measures aimed at providing law enforcement and judicial authorities with wider access to vital
Businesses providing cash-in-transit and insurance services, except car dealers, have been exempted from compliance and reporting obligations under Australia’s anti-money
Indonesia issued rules this week requiring corporations to reveal details of beneficial ownership to the government, as part of efforts
The European Parliament has endorsed measures requiring the financial services sector to closely monitor the banking transactions of religious and
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has admitted to 11 of the 100 accusations of violating compliance rules brought against
The dramatic events surrounding the fraudulent transfer of hundreds of millions of dollars from Angola to London involving top British banks have the elements of a gripping movie. There’s news of clandestine meetings, midnight flights on ...
Global bank HSBC is to use a compliance-related artificial intelligence (AI) programme supplied by a start-up firm this year as part of its anti-money laundering strategy (AML). The lender, which has been heavily penalised for anti-money ...
The Angolan government has received half a billion dollars that was ‘improperly’ transferred from its central bank’s Standard Chartered Bank account to an HSBC account in the United Kingdom. The move comes after the UK National ...
The Financial Conduct Authority is to forge ahead with an initiative exploring the use of machines in financial crime programmes, according to its 2018/19 business plan published this week. The watchdog is looking to host an ...
Spain’s High Court on Thursday placed Caixabank under formal investigation over allegations that the Spanish bank was involved in laundering
HMRC bosses are set to appear before a parliamentary committee over allegations the organisation was reluctant to raid Lycamobile because
Three men accused of the murder of an anti-corruption journalist six months ago must stay in prison until their trial,
Britain’s Serious Fraud Office will have its funding increased under new changes to its financing model, which has been previously