A new House Republican bill to fund the government includes key parts of the GOP Dodd-Frank replacement package the House
Justice Věra Jourová: tackling money laundering is crucial to tax evasion and terrorist financing prevention in Europe
European Commissioner for Justice Věra Jourová has prioritised stepping up the fight against money laundering. In this opinion piece, she
Trump Administration Plan for Financial Regulation Includes Reducing Regulatory Compliance Activities for Bank Boards
The U.S. Department of the Treasury today issued its first in a series of reports to President Donald J. Trump
The Treasury Department on Monday called for scrapping or softening some of the rules for banks and other financial firms put
KYC360 Analysis After lengthy and sometimes complex discussions, the European Union on Tuesday published lists of countries it felt had issues with tax matters. Two key aspects of these are the grey list and blacklist. Here’s what ...
KYC360 News The United Kingdom is to create a multi-agency unit which will coordinate the work of various government departments involved in the fight against economic crime. The new National Economic Crime Centre (NECC) will operate ...
KYC360 News The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in bank compliance departments can be highly effective, however it has limitations and remains a work in progress, according to Rob Gruppetta, head of financial crime at the ...
HSBC appears to have closed a dark chapter in its history, saying on Monday that its deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with the United States has expired. The bank also said it lived up to all its ...
By by Sunil Prabhu, NDTV The December 31 deadline for linking Aadhaar to bank accounts has been extended by the
By Kateryna Kapliuk, OCCRP It’s been almost four years since Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s former president, fled the country after the
AFP Moldova’s anti-graft authorities have confirmed that Russian banker German Gorbuntsov has been questioned over several criminal cases. Moldova’s General
By Julian Bonnici, Independent The recent liberalisation of the Maltese energy market is the result of ‘dirty money’, the European