The Institute Digest 19/7/22

Posted on July 19, 2022
Archive : July 2022
Category : News
The Institute AML and Financial Crime Digest #73 - 19/7/22

#Belarus #sanctions: a guide for UK businesses - Stacy Keen and Tom Stocker

The FCA has responded to the HoC Treasury Committee request for information as part of its ‘Russia: effective economic sanctions’ inquiry - Maya Lester QC

FCA highlights financial crime concerns to Challenger Banks

FCA notified of nearly 650 covid breaches by the City’s top brass during the pandemic

‘Red alert’: agencies warn ‘enablers’ on sanctions evasion

“The US and UK will deepen ties on crypto-asset regulation and market developments — including in relation to stablecoins and the exploration of central bank digital currencies.” - Nikhil Rathi

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Abramovich, Russia, The Economic Crime (Transparency And Enforcement) Bill And The Implications For Iran And The Renewed JCPOA Talks - James Mullion, James Solicitors

A first look on #MiCA, the EU’s comprehensive regulatory framework for crypto-assets - Daniel Klingenbrunn and Markus Benzing

Binance hit with £2.8m fine by Dutch bank for not following registration requirements

FBI Warns Fake #Crypto Apps are Bilking Investors of Millions

The FCA has fined The TJM Partnership Ltd £2,038,700 in its third case relating to cum-ex trading

Pair of 'advisers' jailed over £20mn pension fraud

#AML #AMLCompliance #FinancialCrime #sanctionscompliance #cryptocurrency #fraud #organisedcrime #fbi #regulation #compliance #banking #challengerbanks #fintech