KYC360’s Tom Devlin interviews Jennifer Haslett, who has been working on international engagement on tax policy for the UK’s Treasury and tax collection authority since 2011.
Tom Devlin interviews Gary Osen, a high profile attorney and expert on the Anti-Terrorism Act.
David Chenkin of US-based lawfirm Zeichner Ellman & Krause speaks to Tom Devlin about his work.
Interview with Stephen Platt, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University and Author of ‘Criminal Capital’
In a KYC360 exclusive Stephen Platt talks about his experiences of conducting some of the world’s largest regulatory investigations both
In a KYC360 exclusive Tom Devlin speaks to Richard Hay, partner at Stikeman Elliott, and an International Tax Expert, about
In a KYC360 exclusive Tom Devlin speaks to leading financial crime academic Dr Nicholas Ryder about the evolving nature of
Art Middlemiss is the former Global Head of Anti Bribery & Corruption at Standard Chartered Bank. Now in full time legal practice as a partner of Lewis Baach PLLC in New York where he advises Wall Street Banks on a range of actions he talks exclusively to Tom Devlin about managing corruption risk, U.S. extra-territoriality, and how financial institutions can improve the quality of their relationships with regulators.
In a KYC360 exclusive Tom Devlin speaks to Mark Thompson in London about leading the team tasked with recovering tainted funds at the UK Serious Fraud Office
Interview with Garrett Lynch, Deputy Chief, Major Economic Crimes Bureau, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office
In a KYC360 exclusive, Garrett Lynch provides an insight into the long arm jurisdiction of the New York District Attorney’s Department and its approach to the investigation and prosecution of financial crimes including sanctions stripping.
Nigel Kirby is one of the most senior police officers in the UK dedicated to the fight against Economic Crime.
An investment fund can be utilised by those seeking to launder money. Investment funds are particularly suitable for money laundering where a large sum of illicit money is already within the financial system.
It is a precarious victory that Romania's 500,000 protesters earned last week, and it is characteristic of current public sentiment that there have been no celebrations. There is widespread distrust of the government, partly due ...
This is the transcript of a speech given by John Griffith Jones, Chairman at the UK's Financial Conduct Authority, to MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School. It is republished here with the FCA's permission. Thank you ...
The fallout from a massive bribery scandal that helped to bring down a Brazilian president is spreading across Latin America, threatening to engulf leaders from Panama to Peru. The workings of a secret “bribery department” at ...
Serious and organised crime costs the UK £24bn annually, and threatens the safety of the British public. Accountants form a crucial part of the front line when it comes to spotting suspicious financial activity and ...
On 17 January 2017, at Southwark Crown Court, Lord Justice Leveson approved a deferred prosecution agreement (“DPA”) between the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”), and Rolls-Royce Plc and Rolls-Royce Energy System Inc (“Rolls-Royce”). The third DPA agreed by the SFO has led some to wonder whether DPAs have finally come of age as a weapon the SFO’s enforcement arsenal.
Campaigners have frequently branded the UK a world money-laundering hotspot, citing the ‘terrifying’ scale of money laundering through the City of London. Is this fair? What is the UK doing to remedy the problem? Richard Nicholl investigates.
Specifically, Deutsche is alleged to have facilitated $10 billion in Russian ‘mirror-trades’ which could have been used to launder money and evade Russian capital controls. The following infographic explains how mirror trading works.
Our direction of travel for the past forty years, and especially since the financial crash, has been closely harnessed to EU and to global initiatives. And whilst the next two years will necessarily be focused on achieving Brexit in accordance with the Government’s negotiated outcome, there will come a time when we will need to step back to reflect on what we have and to step forward with what we need.