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
A little over 25 years ago, I first heard of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)—when the New York branch of the large international bank I worked for was fined 25 thousand dollars for ...
As regulatory compliance initiatives move toward utilizing machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), what effect might the increased efficacy of AML programs have on developing nations and small financial players without large compliance budgets? More ...
By Irene Madongo With Hurricane Irma wreaking havoc across the Caribbean, some businesses in battered offshore financial centres have resorted to taking “extraordinary” steps to secure client data which may be targeted by fraudsters and transparency ...
Susan has been making her living from crime for over twenty years. She provides anti-money laundering training and advice to the regulated community in the UK, Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man and Gibraltar, and ...
Swiss prosecutors are trying to figure out why someone apparently attempted to flush tens of thousands of euros down the toilet at a Geneva branch of UBS Group AG. The first 500-euro ($597) bills were ...
What lessons can be learnt for the prosecution team in a little jurisdiction such as Gibraltar when it is landed
Hundreds of financial crime experts from around the world descended upon Cambridge, England, for the recently held 35th International Symposium
By Irene Madongo With Hurricane Irma wreaking havoc across the Caribbean, some businesses in battered offshore financial centres have resorted
Like many scams against governmental organisations, it originated in a well-intentioned but poorly designed scheme with loopholes through which fraudsters were able to siphon off money.