Gibraltar has started working on what it says are the world’s first rules for initial coin offerings, following feedback on
Gambling operator Petfre (Gibraltar) Ltd., trading as Betfred, has agreed to pay the amount of £800,000 to compensate for poor anti-money laundering and responsible gambling policies and to contribute to socially responsible causes as part of a settlement with the UK Gambling Commission, after the gaming company’s license had been reviewed by the gambling regulator.
The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission has today published a suite of documents detailing developments in its regulatory approach as well as its business plan and outlook for the next 12 months.
By Denis O’Connor Even before the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4MLD) had been implemented across all 28 Member States in June 2017, the European Commission proposed substantial amendments to it. This proposal soon became known as the ...
How does the EU 6AMLD measure up? As further measures progress through the Brussels legislative machinery to enhance the fight against anti-money laundering, experts give their verdict on the EU's latest proposals 2017 saw the implementation ...
A London-based compliance officer looks back at some of the requests he came across and tells KYC360 how he reacted on the occasions he smelt trouble. He did not wish to disclose his name and ...
The United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has penalised Deutsche Bank and a trading desk executive after if found that traders and sales people made false and misleading statements while negotiating bond prices. The bank ...
The U.S. Justice Department has reached a $613 million settlement with U.S. Bancorp over charges that it willfully failed to
Switzerland’s financial authority Finma on Friday issued guidance for handling initial coin offerings (ICOs), setting out how it intends to
A South African court has ruled that Absa, a subsidiary of Barclays Africa, will not need to repay loans taken
Vagit Alekperov, the head of Russia’s No.2 oil producer Lukoil, said on Thursday the banks had become more demanding when