New Zealand’s central bank is well advanced in its first major investigations into anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) compliance failures, as it ramps up its financial crime compliance enforcement presence.

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Governments need to consider taking more “radical” measures to tackle financial crime threats in the wake of the FinCEN Files, even if there is a risk of “intelligence leakage”, an industry poll has found.

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Most of the time, supply chains work seamlessly. That is, until a geopolitical stressor exposes the weaknesses of a system with too much efficiency and not enough resilience.

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Australia has revived its sclerotic anti-money laundering (AML) law reform program with the long-awaited “Phase 1.5” legislation moving through the federal Lower House.

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Australia’s long-awaited Tranche 2 anti-money laundering (AML) laws have become the victim of a departmental reshuffle, a process known in political circles as being “mogged”, according to a senior bureaucrat.

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Thomson Reuters has released its Cost of Compliance 2020: COVID-19 Update, in addition to its unparalleled 11th Regulatory Intelligence Cost of Compliance Report.

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In the European Union (EU), mandatory disclosure requirements (the DAC6 rules) now apply to certain types of cross-border transaction that have taxation consequences.

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Beyond the FinCEN files: Building a better framework for regulatory intelligence. Hear from global experts on the future agenda for AML/CTF compliance.

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