The Institute Digest 10/8/22

Posted on August 10, 2022
Archive : August 2022
Category : News
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The Institute AML and Financial Crime Digest #76 - 10/8/22

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What can compliance professionals learn from HM Treasury’s latest AML/CFT review?

The number of law firms fined by SRA increases following #AML #compliance crackdown

A Comprehensive Guide to new registration reqs for overseas owners of UK property - Peter Robertson

What does the Economic Crime Bills mean for AML fight?

Register of Overseas Entities: Law Society warns solicitors errors could be ‘professionally negligent’

Organisations must carefully manage their strategies if they are to keep pace with updates to AML law

The #bigdata challenges facing financial services

Decentralized identity may be critical for the success of #Web3

The Law Commission of England and Wales publishes a consultation paper on the recognition and protection of digital assets

A Reflection on #Payments Fraud: 2022 and beyond - David Smith Specialist at Lusis Payments

According to a German study, direct #blockchain scrutiny can detect financial #hacks, but not with ease

Launched this week, The Europol Podcast

Sumsub has recently published: “#KYC guide for trading industry: balancing compliance and pass rates”.

Innovate Finance responds to the FCA’s call for input on #syntheticdata to support financial services innovation.

Gatenox , a UK-based verified credentials solutions provider raises $2.5 million in a seed funding round led by venture firm C3 AI VC Fund.

Binance CEO Hits Back at 'Weak' KYC Claims

Top Crypto Policy Stories of 2022 (So Far)

SYNALOGiK Innovative Solutions Limited receives the Queen’s Award for Innovation for it's anti-fraud software tool, Scout

Threat actors are finding their way around Microsoft’s default blocking of macros in its Office suite

Messaging Apps tapped as platform for #cybercriminal activity

A Yorkshireman who laundered dirty cash through his used car dealership forfeits £1.14 million of assets in a case brought by the National Crime Agency.

A crop of US lawsuits could finally settle the question of whether most digital assets are illegal securities offerings.

Hacking Cell Lazarus Group Exploit Major Web3 Mixing Service Leading to US Sanctions

#FinancialCrime #EconomicCrime #Fraud #AntiFraud #AntiMoneyLaundering #CyberCrime #Sanctions #OrganisedCrime #digitalassets #lawenforcement