As scrutiny around governments’ investments increases following the 1MDB saga and the release of the Panama Papers, will SWFs, governments, or national regulators be persuaded of the need for a wide-ranging drive towards greater transparency? Read More
Following our earlier special report expanding on AML expert Anu Ratan’s analysis of FCA/FSA enforcement actions, KYC360 brings you a further exclusive report, building on Anu Ratan’s analysis of common themes found in US regulatory actions over the past decade. Read More
Does a huge fine imposed on South African telecommunications company MTN by the Nigerian government point to a shifting regulatory landscape in Africa’s largest economy? KYC360 investigative reporter Clementine Wallop presents an exclusive report. Read More
What lessons can be drawn from a decade of fines imposed for failures in AML controls by the FSA and the FCA? This exclusive special report expands upon a landmark analysis of UK enforcement actions to illuminate the pitfalls faced by UK-regulated financial institutions. Read More
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Bearing witness to financial crime, across party lines

If it seems like an odd recipe for financial oversight, it’s also a surprisingly effective one: take five to ten congressional staffers, exile them to a squalid basement office with “hard-boiled” charm in the U.S. Senate’s oldest building, give them access to subpoena powers and a seemingly endless series of… Read More

Anti-money laundering analysis: UK FCA and EU blacklists update

A key element in the application of the risk-based approach (RBA) to financial crime is the identification by a firm of those countries with which its customers are closely linked and which are also adjudged to be high risk in financial crime terms. There are many lists of such high-risk… Read More