Tom Devlin, partner at Stephen Platt and Associates LLP, unpicks recent anti-money laundering scandals in the finance industry.
Webinar – Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations Retrospective – Money Laundering and Foreign Corruption Using the Case History of Riggs Bank
In the final part of an exclusive series of four webinars Elise Bean, former Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, will explore the case of Riggs Bank.
The Malaysian sovereign wealth fund, 1 Malaysia Development Bhd (“1MDB”), has been the subject of extensive press coverage and regulatory
Philip will discuss his work on ethical issues in tax, a topic on which he recently ran an elective for students on the Oxford MSc course in Taxation.
Exclusive webinar interview with Richard Elias of Elias Gutzler Spicer LLC, the firm which has filed a case against HSBC Holdings, under the Anti-Terrorism Act, on behalf of families of several American citizens killed by Mexican cartels.
Webinar – Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations Retrospective – Correspondent Banking: A Gateway for Money Laundering
In an exclusive series of four webinars Elise Bean, former Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the U.S. Senate Permanent
What exactly is being proposed? A public register of the beneficial owners of UK property held by overseas companies and other legal entities. Beneficial owners of overseas firms involved in central Government procurement would also be ...
High profile organised crime leaders often take on a twisted celebrity—from Al Capone to Whitey Bulger to the Kray twins—and are known to all and sundry as the criminals they are. Yet for years they walk ...
In the first of a new series of audio interviews, Amos Wittenberg speaks to Viv Jones of Eversheds Sutherland solicitors about international anti-bribery regimes. Viv wrote recently for KYC360 on Kenya's latest piece of anti-bribery legislation. https://vimeo.com/213859331 Transcript (note this transcript ...
Financial crime is on the rise in Australia, with the country's senior money-laundering officials saying they've witnessed a dramatic increase in fraudulent transactions. Deputy chief executive of the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, Gavin McCairns, said the ...
Barrister & leading financial crime investigator Tom Devlin offers practical guidance on creating a watertight and cost effective compliance regime. He looks at systems, employee training and continuing professional development, and the critical but often overlooked issue of corporate ...
In the first of a new series of audio interviews, Amos Wittenberg speaks to Viv Jones of Eversheds Sutherland solicitors about international anti-bribery regimes. Viv wrote recently for KYC360 on Kenya’s latest piece of anti-bribery legislation.
Interview with William Dayhoff, Director of the Virtual Threat Analysis Center in the FBI Counter Terrorism Division
KYC360’s Tom Devlin interviews William Dayhoff, Director of the Virtual Threat Analysis Center in the FBI Counter Terrorism Division.
The register would be the first of its kind in the world. It would detail the name, nationality, country of residence, year and month of birth, contact address, and nature and dates of control of beneficial owners; although if owners were able to show that making particular details public would put them at risk of harm then they could ask to have them omitted.
The most popular driver – by a whisker, with 173 of 2015 respondents selecting it – was “I think that criminals should not be able to profit from their crimes, and AML is one weapon we can use against them”.