13 November 2017 By Sijia Jiang, REUTERS Buoyed by China’s plans to build a ubiquitous CCTV surveillance network, Chinese and
Singapore banks have closed accounts of several companies which specialize in providing cryptocurrency and payments services, according to two local
MAS working with group of Singapore banks to build joint KYC utility for countering money laundering and terrorism financing
In a speech delivered at the Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) Financial Crime Seminar on July 2017, Mr. Chua Kim
Singapore: MAS, banks working on new tech to help fight against money laundering, terrorism financing
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has intensified efforts to stamp out money laundering and terrorism financing, but more could
Amidst the ongoing revelations from the Paradise Papers, the lion's share of the attention has been focused on offshore advisory firm Appleby. Appleby is not the only source of the leaked financial documents in the ...
KYC360 News A new cryptocurrency platform, the London Block Exchange (LBX), has launched a payment card it says will enable British consumers to use digital currencies such as bitcoin in local stores and other areas. Using ...
Individuals seeking to form companies in the United Kingdom should be first subject to financial crime record checks in order to curb the high number of firms being set up for money laundering purposes, Shadow ...
By Jon Stone, the Independent Italian journalists have moved to set up a company in the name of a notorious mafia boss headquartered at 10 Downing Street – to illustrate weaknesses in British law they say ...
Auditing giants that make up the Big Four group should be hit with tougher fines for delivering “seriously poor work”,
KYC360 News HSBC’s private banking unit has been issued a HK$400 million penalty for poor standards regarding its selling of
Cryptocoin News In an interview with Bloomberg at The Year Ahead summit in New York, Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat recently
Glencore PLC is reshuffling the board of one of its giant African copper operations following an internal review that the