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
Tom Devlin considers the limitations of the traditional AML model and why it undermines efforts by financial institutions to guard
Hugo Miller in conversation with Tom Devlin. Hugo will be discussing the AML/CFT vulnerabilities of free ports and the global art market.
The Serious Fraud Office, the UK's specialist enforcement agency for complex fraud and corruption, today charged Barclays Plc and four of the bank's top executives with offences including conspiracy to commit fraud. The executives charged are: ...
Assets held offshore in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are worth $1.5 trillion (£1.19 trillion), double the International Monetary Fund's 2010 estimate. That's according to a new report by Capital Economics, seen by the Financial Times.
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 ...
More than 70 countries have signed up to the first international treaty designed to crack down on tax evasion by multinational corporations. The multilateral convention, drafted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), aims ...
In September, the UK government is expected to bring into force a new tax offence in the Criminal Finances Act 2017. What does this mean for businesses?
Huge claims are made about the potential of blockchain technology for financial crime prevention. Will it live up to the hype?
However, an important inquiry into funding of Islamist terrorism in the UK may, despite calls from across the political spectrum during the general election, never release its report.
There was no mention in yesterday’s Queen’s Speech of Theresa May’s controversial plan to incorporate the Serious Fraud Office into the much larger National Crime Agency.
In 2010 I started what I thought would be a four year research project on the 2008 financial crisis and its association with financial crime. The more research I conducted, the more convinced I became that financial crime was a key causal factor in the crisis.