Top 10 op risks 2019: regulatory risk

Money laundering and threats to personal data have regulators spooked

For the specialists who nail down regulatory requirements at banks, the first thing they need to know is what they’re supposed to do. This year, that will be a little more complicated.

Take the sizzling topic of money laundering. Amid a spate of incidents, the European Union in February produced its latest blacklist of 23 places at high risk of money laundering and terror financing, naming Saudi Arabia and US territories like Puerto Rico. About two weeks later, the EU’s member states – voting

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