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Corruption - Grease or sand in the wheels of an economy?

by: (AML/Financial Crime Prevention Course Director) on

It’s that time of year again when I find myself wondering what the future will bring and reflecting on the past.

Top 3 Reasons to Study Financial Crime Prevention with ICT

by: (Financial Crime Compliance Course Director) on

It’s enrolment time again and looking at the emails flying around I got to thinking why I chose an ICA Financial Crime Prevention (FCP) qualification, how it helped me and if would I do it again.

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US long reach just got a little longer

by: (Director ICT Academic Faculty) on

For the last decade non-US financial services firms have become increasingly aware of the risk of US law enforcement action, regulatory sanction or litigation hitting them hard, even when their physical location or business activities in the US are limited.

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Looking for the best compliance training?

by: (Digital Content Manager) on

Whether you’re new to the industry or taking the next step in your career, it’s important to choose the best compliance training possible.
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2017 predictions: Regulatory and financial crime compliance

by: (AML/Financial Crime Course Director) on

With 2017 on the horizon, our Course Directors have compiled some New Year predictions for the regulatory and financial crime compliance sector.
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Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Austria, Canada and Singapore

by: (Editorial Manager) on

Following a recent report from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on the prevention and detection of money laundering and terrorist financing in Austria, Canada and Singapore, this handy infographic outlines the strengths and suggested improvements recommended by the FATF.

Legalised marijuana prompts financial haze in the US

by: (Research and Development Manager) on

While the world’s attention was focused on Donald Trump winning the US election, seven American states were voting on matters that have dramatically changed the law in those regions.

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Santa’s naughty list: top 5 FCA fines of 2016

by: (Editorial Manager) on

As we are all well aware, Santa Claus is busy at this time of year making a list of all those that have been naughty and all those that have been nice in 2016. To help him along in this time-consuming process, we’ve compiled a naughty list of firms fined by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in 2016.

Anti money laundering and risk assessment in the gambling industry

by: (AML/Financial Crime Course Director) on

I wrote in June about an increased regulatory focus on AML within the gambling industry. This included reference to requirements set out within the GB Gambling Commission’s licensing regime that entail the preparation of money laundering risk assessments (MLRA) by all gambling operators..

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Bah Humbug! Fraud at Christmas

by: (Research and Development Manager) on

Why does Ebenezer Scrooge bellow ‘Bah Humbug’ in ‘A Christmas Carol’? And what does it mean anyway?
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