Indonesia’s government has proposed a law to parliament to limit cash transactions to curb bribery and money laundering in Southeast
Indonesia issued rules this week requiring corporations to reveal details of beneficial ownership to the government, as part of efforts
9 Ocotber 2017 By Cindy Silviana, Hidayat Setiaji, REUTERS Indonesia is investigating reports that $1.4 billion (1.07 billion pounds) held
Indonesia has issued new regulations aimed at curbing money laundering and terror-related financing across a broader range of financial service
Sanctions, whether targeted or comprehensive, are designed to restrict and influence governments from supporting bad actors. Yet with every expansion to these programs, sanctioned entities appear bolder in their efforts and creativity to evade. In 2017, OFAC ...
By Rachel Crabtree, senior associate, and Michael Carter, director, Alvarez & Marsal Disputes & Investigations With cryptocurrency vastly on the rise, crypto proponents are pushing for more open financial systems to, in part, serve the ...
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 VIP meetings, midnight flights on ...
Financial crime staff in UK firms or in those firms with substantial links to the UK would be well advised to read the 2018 National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime (the Assessment) recently ...
The former chief executive of the failed Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, was sentenced on Wednesday to six years in
Merrill Lynch has agreed to pay a $42 million penalty over charges it falsely informed customers that it had executed
Sanctions against North Korea will remain in place until Pyongyang can assure concerned parties such as South Korea that “complete
Iran’s Supreme Leader said on Wednesday that parliament should pass legislation to combat money laundering according to its own criteria