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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.
Hagar is an international NGO (non-governmental organisation) with 28 years of experience in healing and empowering communities suffering from the trauma of human trafficking, modern-day slavery, and abuse. To raise awareness of how technology is used to enable human trafficking and also how it can be used to disrupt it, Napier’s head of APAC, Robin Lee, sat down with Dr Andrew Catford, Global CEO of Hagar International, to talk about the problem.
Concern in the UK that a jobs-cut will encourage financial crime; a joint operation busts money laundering operation in Hungary; and Taiwan halts credit cards for cryptocurrency trades.
To learn more about the use and abuse of technology in human trafficking, we interviewed Aaron Kahler, Founder and CEO of the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative.
UK couple jailed for laundering offences; Australian authorities seized a record cash haul from laundering syndicate; and UK and US governments launch competition to fight financial crime.
We explore solutions for challenger banks to adapt their financial crime risk approach and address weaknesses identified by the FCA.
We’re delighted to announce that Napier was named ‘RegTech of the Year’ by the Fintech Awards London as part of London Fintech Week 2022.
We interviewed Michael Hearns to gain insight into the role law enforcement agencies play in the fight against financial crime, and the challenges they face in doing so.
The UK Treasury polls the public on crypto assets; two asset managers face charges in a billion-dollar laundering scheme; and Ukraine seizes assets from crypto brokers with Russian clients.
We’re proud to have been named in the 2022 cohort for The Fintech Power 50, a list of the most visionary companies and personalities in the financial industry.
Moscow welcomed Boris Johnson’s resignation as PM, Ukraine did not; South Africa risk the FATF grey list; and Pakistan’s ex-PM was accused of money laundering using diamonds.
Napier and Thomson Reuters ran a webinar on the increasing costs and requirements facing the compliance sector, find the summary of the panel’s insights here.
We summarised the highs and lows of FATF’s findings on mutual evaluation reports from a total of 120 FATF and FATF-style regional bodies.
Napier AI
July 4, 2022
Just how risky are NFTs and what can be done to mitigate that risk? We looked at advice issued by J5 and spoke with DOJ legal advisor, Karyn Kenny, to find out.
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