Cryptocurrency: Currency of Choice for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing?

Cryptocurrency is only used in on Darknet and by Criminals! I don’t know a topic that is more misunderstood than cryptocurrency. US regulators unofficially coined the umbrella term “virtual currency” to denote bitcoin and other...

Brexit Countdown: The impact on AML!

The European Commission’s fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive entered into force on 9 July 2018 and Member States have until 10 January 2020 to transpose the majority of its provisions. Its main aim is to establish a centralised public register of companies and...

New AML Challenges from Cash Intensive Activities

"Cash intensive businesses are the primary target of money launderers from all over the world. Legislators, consequently, understood the importance of assessing an activity’s beneficial ownership and took appropriate steps (e.g. EU AML Directive of 2015)....

Need to launder money? Take control of a Bank that’s what these criminals did

"The term “follow the money” was made famous during Watergate and is paradigm for many AML/CTF laws that require financial institutions and others such as the remittance industry to apply know your customer rules to the onboarding of new customers, establish a...

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