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US, UK probe USD 20 bln crypto flows through Russia exchange

News | Cryptocurrencies | 29 Mar 2024

US and UK authorities have analysed cryptocurrency transactions exceeding USD 20 billion that flowed through a Russia-based virtual exchange.

cryptocurrency, financial sanctions, cryptocurrency exchange, transactions , compliance, regulation

EU adopts 13th sanctions package against Russia

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 06 Mar 2024

The European Union has agreed on the 13th package of sanctions against the Russian Federation following two years of aggression in Ukraine.

financial sanctions, fraud prevention, regulation, compliance

Iran's sanctions-avoiding efforts involve two UK banks

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 05 Feb 2024

The Financial Times has obtained documents that showcase Iran’s efforts to evade sanctions by using accounts at two of the UK’s largest banks.

banks, financial sanctions, regulation, compliance

Canada TD Bank to receive USD 7.4 million penalty for faulty policies

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 02 Feb 2024

Canada-based TD Bank has received a significant monetary penalty for faulty anti-money laundering controls after an examination by the financial crime institutions. 

penalty, money laundering, financial crime, financial sanctions, financial institutions

What does increasing regulatory scrutiny mean for payment providers?

Voice of the Industry | Payments General | 25 Jan 2024

As the global payments threat landscape becomes increasingly complex, and technology advances at an unprecedented rate, regulatory initiatives follow. Maya Shabi, Senior Threat Detection and Product Strategist at EverC, discusses how this will impact payment providers.


online payments, payments , AML, regulation, financial institutions, financial sanctions, terrorism, cybercrime, funding, compliance

Venezuela terminates petro cryptocurrency programme

News | Cryptocurrencies | 16 Jan 2024

The government of Venezuela has ended the Petro (PTR) cryptocurrency, founded in 2018 to support the nation’s currency due to an overwhelming economic crisis.

cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency exchange, financial sanctions, digital assets

The PEPs challenge: balancing risk and convenience in the age of immediacy

Interviews | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 13 Nov 2023

Andrew Davies, Global Head of Regulatory Affairs at ComplyAdvantage reveals the ABC of politically exposed persons (PEPs) and why this topic is relevant to FIs in 2024.

machine learning, artificial intelligence, financial sanctions, PEP, transaction monitoring, money laundering, risk management

Neema partners with ThetaRay

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 09 Nov 2023

Global payments network Neema has partnered with ThetaRay in order to optimise AML transaction monitoring and sanction screening with AI-powered technologies.

partnership, AML, transaction monitoring, financial sanctions, transaction laundering, artificial intelligence, fraud management, fraud prevention, fraud detection, online fraud

The power of early sanctions screening technology in payment journeys

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 21 Sep 2023

Dalbir Sahota, Sr. Director, Product Management at LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, reveals how technological solutions identify sanctioned banks before a payment is initiated to mitigate risk and reduce the costs associated with failed payments.

AML, fraud prevention, financial sanctions, financial institutions, risk management, LexisNexis

AMLYZE launches in-house developed screening tool

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 25 Jul 2023

Lithuania-based regtech AMLYZE has announced the roll out of Screening Module, a solution that helps financial institutions find and mitigate global sanctions risks.

financial sanctions, risk management, identity verification, AML, API

Ondato expands its KYB Protection for business verification to Poland

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 21 Apr 2023

UK-based technology company Ondato has launched a Know Your Business (KYB) solution for Poland-based businesses and organisations.

expansion, product upgrade, KYB, digital onboarding, financial sanctions

Deutsche Bank shuts down remaining IT operations in Russia

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 13 Apr 2023

German lender Deutsche Bank has announced it is closing down its remaining software technology centres in Moscow and St Petersburg.

mobile banking, Russia Ukraine War, financial sanctions, online banking

EU pushes for new AML and CFT rules

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 29 Mar 2023

The European Parliament has announced that MEPs approved stricter rules for closing the gaps in combating money laundering, terrorist financing and evasion of sanctions in the EU.

fraud management, fraud detection, regulation, CFT, AML, financial sanctions, risk management, data aggregation, data sharing, crypto asset, financial data, payments , identity verification, transaction fraud, cybersecurity, fintech, CDD, beneficial owners, crowdfunding

Global Regtech & IDV Fundings & Mergers Analysis 2022/2023 – the Why

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 13 Mar 2023

‘All catastrophes have the same effect: they sharpen our understanding of our interconnectedness and mutual dependency, they clarify our values, they encourage us to rethink our priorities, they expose our prejudices, and they build our resilience.’Hugh Mackay, Australian psychologist, social researcher

identity verification, regtech, merger, acquisition, funding, cryptocurrency, financial sanctions, digital identity, fraud management, The Paypers Quarterly Analysis series

Salv closes EUR 4 mln seed round extension

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 26 Jan 2023

Estonia-based regtech company Salv has closed a EUR 4 million seed round extension led by ffVC, with participation from G+D Ventures and existing investors to further its expansion.

funding, investment, financial crime, expansion, fraud prevention, fraud platform, compliance, financial sanctions, money laundering

TransUnion launches credit monitoring service packages for consumers

News | Payments General | 17 Jan 2023

Hong Kong-based global credit reference agency, TransUnion, has recently announced the launching of a new suite of Credit Monitoring Service Packages, aiming to promote financial inclusion across the territory.

financial services, financial data, financial inclusion, credit scoring, financial sanctions, lending

Surecomp partners Traydstream

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 16 Jan 2023

Canada-based trade finance solutions provider Surecomp has partnered fintech Traydstream to integrate AI-powered document checking into its collaborative trade finance platform.

partnership, risk management, financial sanctions, AML, OCR, compliance, trade finance, banking, digitalisation, artificial intelligence

Payment System Entities receive Bank of Russia support in 2023

News | Online Payments | 03 Jan 2023

The Bank of Russia has announced that it would extend its support package for National Payment System (NPS) entities in 2023.

payment processing, central bank, financial sanctions, payments

ASIC sues American Express

News | Cards | 08 Dec 2022

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has sued American Express alleging credit cards were issued and distributed to customers without ensuring they are understood.

payments , credit card, Issuer, regulation, payment institution, financial sanctions, financial institutions

Uzbekistan suspends the use of Russia's Mir payment cards

News | Payments General | 26 Sep 2022

Uzbekistan's UZCARD has suspended payments processing through Mir cards issued by Bank of Russia's National Card Payment System due to necessary technical procedures.

payment processing, financial sanctions, online payments, payment processor