The Institute Digest 14/7/22

Posted on July 14, 2022
Archive : July 2022
Category : News
The Institute AML and Financial Crime Digest #72 - 14/7/22

UK Treasury Committee call for written evidence as it launches a new inquiry into #crypto-assets

FCA bares more teeth in war on money-laundering

The SFO has a record number of trials listed for 2022/2023, and #bribery settlements have hit the billion-dollar mark this year

US sweet shops in London. Where do they come from? We don’t know.

Global #Anticorruption Podcast: Nils Köbis & Chris Starke interview Mihaly Fazekas about his work on measurement of #corruption, particularly in the context of public procurement

Unexplained Wealth Orders - Should We Expect A Resurgence? - Natalie Sherborn

FATF update of all AML/CFT assessment ratings to date. (PDF)

EU crypto regulation: global cooperation or competition?

"Crypto can be sustainable. However, to do so, it will have to conform to the basic standards that make any financial system work.." Charles ▫️ Delingpole, ComplyAdvantage

Chris Hallenbeck, CISO at Tanium, discusses the impact of geopolitical conflict on the cybersecurity #insurance market

‘non-negotiables’ in crypto regulation

Angelo Matassa on combatting counterfeiting. How institutions can operate abroad.

The global #AML market is expected to grow from $2.8bn in 2022 to $5.8bn by 2027

NGO Files Criminal Complaint against UBS over money laundering claims

SymphonyAI to buy BAE Systems' AML unit