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Recently, the poor rate of recovery of the criminal proceeds from the trillions of dollars that are laundered globally each year has been in the headlines once more.
In this blog, we explore customer-centricity and explain why understanding customer behaviour is essential to AML.
UK announces first set of anti-corruption sanctions, Canada’s new corporate ownership registry praised, and further crypto developments in Ireland and the Caribbean.
In this blow we focus on what the obstacles are to implementing holistic AML, and how they impede AML practice.
FCA’s ‘regulatory nursery’ to offer immediate post-authorisation support and guidance for new firms
The City of London calls for banks to make better use of RegTech, the EU announces a five-year plan to tackle money laundering and financial crime, and FinCEN shuffles its leadership ahead of a new financial transparency law.
All too often, FIs continue with ineffective traditional methods based on a lack of technology, process and approach that could enable them to instead to rely on a trigger-based approach to client reviews.
We have bolstered our senior management team with the appointment of a new Global Human Resources Director, Lila Boyce, and EMEA Head of Sales, Roy Williamson
Find out about the US Treasury's Corporate Transparency Acto, the Central Bank of UAE's new rules for SME's and what Singapore says about crypto in this weeks headlines.
The illicit seafood trade is a thriving global business that generates an estimated $160 billion in annual sales, in this blog we explore how this happens.
Britain’s financial services minister says cryptocurrency regulations will prioritise stablecoins first and first post-Brexit MoU agreement between U.K. and E.U. is encouraging for London finance firms.
Recently, Napier partnered with RegTech Associates for a webinar exploring the importance of customer behaviour in fighting financial crime.
Recently, Napier’s Head of Analytics, Dr Janet Bastiman, joined an expert panel at the two-day FinCrime World Forum – a GRC World Forums Experience event.
Germany’s finance watchdog BaFin hires top Swiss regulator as their new president, London art galleries are issued an “amber alert” from the National Crime Authority and UBS appeal their £3.85 billion fine from 2019.
Napier CEO, Julian Dixon, chatted to Oliver Bullough, journalist and author of the best-selling Moneyland, at the FinCrime World Forum earlier this week.
ABN Amro is now suspected of “culpable money laundering”, Ireland extends their money laundering regulations to cryptocurrencies and the FCA accuses NatWest of failing in their AML processes
Luca Primerano
March 17, 2021
Our Chief AI Officer disucssed how AI-driven regtech gives financial institues a more holistic view of customer behaviour, reduce false positives, and more in The Paypers.
FinCEN has informed art and antiquities traders that they will be subject to the same reporting standards as financial institutions; Trinidad & Tobago’s FIU received a record number of SARs and South Korea is set to impose heavy penalties on cryptocurrency violations.
We had the pleasure of hosting a discussion focussing on Digital Transformation of Financial Services - Read the summar or watch the replay.
We are proud to announce that we have been shortlisted as one of the Best Vendor Solutions for Financial Crime at the RegTech Insight Awards 2021.
Malaysian regulators hand AmBank a £500 million 1MDB-linked settlement, FinCEN looks forward to regulatory changes and Cyprus lifts the blinds on Ultimate Beneficial Ownership.
It is easy to take innovation in the field of AML technology for granted but without it, our fight against financial crime would be utterly lost.
Antonis Melis
February 26, 2021
Reports suggest UK universities unknowingly facilitate money laundering, a UN Commission report spotlights international financial system failures, and the UAE takes a major step in combating money laundering.
Andy Maguire takes a seat on our Advisory Board to provide insight and strategic direction as we continue our rapid global expansion.
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