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Alexandria Reid, a RUSI Senior Research Fellow, talks to us about organised environmental crime, including the illegal wildlife trade, and how AML should be adapting.
This week an MP resigned over written-off Covid relief fraud money; 13 were arrested for Covid pass forgery; and a report exposed a huge money laundering trail.
We summarise the 2021 GAO report, explaining how TCOs and terrorist groups traffic goods and launder the proceeds; and how US authorities combat this.
We outline the key challenges that compliance professionals face when tasked with filing STRs and how technology can help alleviate those challenges.
Malta fines an online gaming company for AML failings; the UK gambling commission cracks down on two online casinos for AML shortcomings; and a Macau woman faces prison.
We sum up 3 key takeaways from the FinCEN Financial Threat Analysis to improve detection of illicit wildlife trafficking threat patterns.
Kevin O’Neill joins us as Chief Revenue Officer to help drive further growth across global operations.
A radical iman’s son jailed for money laundering; the EU may stop Vanuatu's visa waivers over laundering risks; and AUSTRAC probes further into casino’s AML failures.
We explore 3 predicate crimes for money laundering and explain how their perpetrators can exploit the financial system to launder their illicit funds.
This week: a Swedish ex-banking CEO charged with fraud; a former Mexican political leader jailed on sex recruiting charges; and a gang of Twitch scammers arrested in Turkey.
In this blog, we talk to Amanda Gore about environmental crime, the challenges involved in tackling it, and how things could be improved.
Napier AI
December 22, 2021
The FATF Annual Report 2020/21 is now available to download. If you don’t have time to read it, here’s our quick summary loaded with all you need to know.
Ex-Olympian allegedly duped a Covid relief fund out of millions; suspicious financial flows from Hockey India; and an Argentinian footballer accused of laundering.
Julian Dixon looks at the key AML themes and developments of 2021 and what we can expect from 2022.
Illegal pollution is the result of criminals trafficking and dumping industrial and radioactive waste, and often they launder the proceeds.
Corrupt officials aren’t taking time off this festive season, as a former DEA agent is jailed for money laundering and other offences involving a Columbian drug cartel.
Filing STRs has long presented a challenge for financial institutions, and in response the global STR landscape is gradually but positively changing.
We’ve been named by RAW Compliance as their compliance firm of the year in Transaction Monitoring for 2021!
Julian Dixon analyses the executive summary of a joint project by FATF and Egmont Group to help FIUs in their digital transformation.
We are proud to announce that Regulation Asia has awarded Napier with Highly Commended in the competitive AML/CTF Compliance category.
Napier AI
December 9, 2021
We asked financial crime professor Nic Ryder to explain crypto assets, the AML-related challenges they create, and how things could be improved.
We teamed up with RegTech Associates for a webinar on AML and the role of AI in advancing the efficiency of the AML industry in detecting criminal typologies.
Napier AI
December 7, 2021
It is an honour to announce that we have been listed in the RegTech100!
Australian financial services company, ClearView, has adopted our AI-enhanced technology to support its anti-money laundering (AML) activities.
INTERPOL intercepts millions in illicit financial flows, Australian police arrest more in Taskforce Ironside investigations, and El Chapo’s wife accepts jail time.
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