How an Asian PEP launders money

"Great article, worth a read just to realise the methods used by these PEP to launder money. "it is almost futile to look at PEP transactions and banking as isolated events without specialist knowledge of the Indian politico-business and family alliances landscape...

Broadening the scope of AML

Preparing for the European Union Sixth Money Laundering Directive Anti-money laundering (AML) law is constantly evolving. And necessarily so, given the increasingly sophisticated methods and technologies that criminals and terrorists use to move illegally earned funds...

Enhanced due diligence for the financial industry operating in developing economies

"Anti-money laundering and anti-bribery are two sides of the same coin. This general rule is particularly important in the financial sector, which, given the nature of the business, is especially exposed to financial crimes. In fact, these institutions deal with...

The treaty of non-nuclear proliferation with Iran: $100 billion in frozen assets, is your financial Institutions prepared for the opportunities and challenges?

Iran a country of 80 million people generates a $400 billion economy, boasts the world’s fourth-largest oil reserves, the second-biggest stores of natural gas, and has well-established manufacturing and agricultural industries. Iran would get access to more than $100...

Instant payments: Enormous Potential versus Financial Crime Risks

    The world of banking continues to evolve at a breathtaking pace and is becoming ever more competitive. Once a new technology has come to market, banks are faced with a dilemma: do we embrace it and run with it, or...

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