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The Swiss plan to introduce a corporate ownership registry; UK tax authorities get tough on real estate; and a UK businessman is arrested for helping an oligarch dodge sanctions.
We’ve summarised the key findings and problem areas highlighted by the 11th Annual Basel AML Index, namely a concerning stagnation in global risk mitigation efforts.
Napier and RegTech Associates co-hosted a webinar around the financial crime risks and compliance challenges of Web3 and digital assets.
The Prince of Wales advocated for fighting trafficking by following the money; the EU agreed to new cryptocurrency trade laws to target money laundering; and the UK banned law firms from servicing Russia.
Julian Clarke is Napier’s new Global Head of Corporate Development, set to work closely with CEO Greg Watson to develop a robust strategy for Napier’s global third-party distribution.
The Japanese government stiffen against cryptocurrencies; South Africa takes aim at tax evaders; and the U.S. presses charges over a New Jersey deli’s multi-million-dollar secret.
We are delighted to have won the award for ‘AML Solution of the Year’ by Risk.net in the Asia Risk Awards 2022!
In a webinar with Thomson Reuters on the cost of compliance, our Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Janet Bastiman, explained why banks and regulators struggle hiring data scientists.
Napier
September 27, 2022
We spoke with James Nicholls about what a common RegTech business language might look like, and how cultivating one has the potential to increase tech adoption.
While the past week saw Britons pay their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II, the worldwide fight against financial crime rumbled on.
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the 2022 FEBE Growth 100 Watch List, a list of UK companies that are mission-led, and high growth.
Nicolette Brown
September 20, 2022
Greg Watson takes the helm as Napier CEO, and former CEO Julian Dixon moves into full-time role as Founder and Board Member.
As the UK mourned the loss of its longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, law enforcement agencies across the world continued to clamp down on the worst perpetrators of financial crime.
Napier and Thomson Reuters recently hosted part 3 of our ‘Cost of Compliance’ webinar series, this time looking to the future of the compliance function.
Eimer Cotter
September 13, 2022
‘Building trust and confidence in AI’ by Napier’s Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Janet Bastiman, featured in Volume 1 Number 4 of the Journal of AI, Robotics & Workplace Automation.
In the shadow of Queen Elizabeth II’s death this week, financial crime headlines saw a hacker make off with $185,000 of charity funds raised in an NFT auction.
We are proud to announce a partnership with St. James’s Place to upgrade SJP’s client and entity screening capabilities with our AI-powered tools.
Discover the key insights from the panel of a webinar we co-hosted in partnership with Thomson Reuters, the second in a series of webinars on the cost of compliance.
FATF found Germany’s AML regime lacking; Malaysia jailed an ex-Prime Minister for financial crimes; and a UK money laundering duo were sentenced.
In this blog, we examine the US Department of State’s 2022 Trafficking in Persons Report, and the role AML plays in detecting trafficking globally.
UK authorities arrest suspected traffickers with drug trade links; Spanish police foil a laundering operation in Tenerife; and Switzerland to return $100m+ to Uzbekistan.
We have been recognized as an industry leader in ‘Best AML Transaction Monitoring Innovation’ by Aite-Novarica Group.
An ex-lawyer caught for fraud and laundering via his investment fund; Portugal’s banks purge crypto exchanges; and 3 charged with defrauding US Covid-19 relief funds.
The UK’s halting money laundering through property purchases; Australian authorities proposed restrictions on casinos; and Mexico’s FIU investigated an ex-president.
Technology’s use by human traffickers has only been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic and global digitalisation, but it can also be used by the AML sector to eliminate the scourge.