Figures from the US Financial Crime Enforcement show a near-record level of suspicious transactions, especially around money laundering
Law enforcement backs change to AML law
International Corruption Unit seeks to anticipate criminality
Banks must recognise weak points and likely signs of Isis funding
The UK Financial Services Authority is taking a hardline approach to insider trading, increasingly carrying out criminal investigations. But at the same time it is asking firms to work with it by providing information to build a bigger picture of what’s...
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Banks that create a positive compliance culture make a vital ally to law enforcement in the fight against money laundering. Nick Kochan reports
Will the global money transfer industry suffer collateral damage in the war against money laundering? Lady Olga Maitland of the International Association of Money Transfer Networks investigates
When it comes to AML initiatives, companies are displaying a worrying disregard for the perils of this criminal threat, despite recognising it as such. By Ellen Davis
Banks are readying contingency plans for FX trading in Hong Kong, as a potentially fatal pneumonia virus grips the trading centre.