Regulators will seek evidence of a nuanced and comprehensive transaction monitoring program when they undertake supervision and enforcement work.

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Labor Senator Deborah O’Neill is set to call a vote on Wednesday for a broad-ranging inquiry into the “adequacy and efficacy” of Australia’s Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF) framework.

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2020 saw landmark enforcement actions from regulators across Asia-Pacific as financial institutions across the region paid $5.1 billion in fines for anti-money laundering failures.

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The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is one of three Anti-Money Laundering regulators in New Zealand. Last month, the DIA’s 5th major High Court case moved towards a conclusion, and it confirms an increasing trend to keep individuals on the hook for compliance failings.

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Thomson Reuters has compiled an infographic that provides a snapshot of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on financial crime across the globe. Our brief visual guide features key statistics gathered from…

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The gradual phasing out of COVID-19 restrictions will present an unprecedented opportunity to recalibrate and potentially even “reset” the global financial crime compliance framework. The lessons from the pandemic have…

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Governments everywhere are overwhelmed by the task of managing the ongoing pandemic, and criminals will be searching for opportunities to exploit the crisis.Organizations and individuals should expect an increased risk…

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