The European Union can levy economic sanctions on anyone caught attacking EU states’ computer networks, EU foreign ministers said on
Banking and investment management professionals think that the biggest threat of financial crime now stems from cyberspace, according to new
United Nations experts investigating violations of sanctions on North Korea have suffered a “sustained” cyber attack by unknown hackers with
Macau’s government is requiring facial recognition and identification card checks at ATMs before Chinese UnionPay cardholders can withdraw cash, a
The Serious Fraud Office, the UK's specialist enforcement agency for complex fraud and corruption, today charged Barclays Plc and four of the bank's top executives with offences including conspiracy to commit fraud. The executives charged are: ...
As regulatory compliance initiatives move toward utilizing machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), what effect might the increased efficacy of AML programs have on developing nations and small financial players without large compliance budgets? More ...
The regime in Tehran continues to be in a state of shock after the passage of unprecedented United States Senate sanctions on Thursday targeting Iran’s ballistic missile program, support for terrorism in the Middle East ...
Trump’s links to Russian money laundering raise new questions about secret real estate deals since election
A new report published Wednesday morning by Bloomberg reveals President Donald Trump’s lengthy ties to suspected money launderers, and another recent report suggests his family business may still be engaged in shady dealings. The Bloomberg report, ...
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna was careful not to engage with MEPs who again pressed him on Malta’s commitment to fight money laundering, Panama Papers leaks and claims of the island being used for tax evasion.
More than 70 countries have signed up to the first international treaty designed to crack down on tax evasion by
A Newport Beach business owner pleaded guilty and was immediately sentenced to five years in prison Thursday, June 22, in
The Trump/Russia scandal is STILL playing out before our eyes—and I don’t just mean the continuing investigations, or the fact
Minister of Finance Benedikt Jóhannesson held a press conference today wherein he announced that the Icelandic government has “declared war”