Articles with tag: terrorist financing

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Trafficking and terrorist financing – outsmarting criminals with adaptive intelligence

18 Aug 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Araliya Sammé, Featurespace: Modern technologies such as AI and machine learning enable a more efficient approach in detecting criminal behaviour, helping investigators better understand the ever-evolving money laundering techniques and detect patterns early on

Featurespace, financial crime, terrorist financing, machine learning, behavioural analytics

FX trading, forex licensing, and fraud - Exclusive interview with Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission

18 May 2020 | Payments General

Demetra Kalogerou, Chairwoman of Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses CySEC `s mission, the process of licensing forex brokers, forex scams, payments, and how Covid-19 is impacting the FX trading and crypto industry

CySEC, Demetra Kalogerou, forex brokers, forex scams, payments, FX trading, licensing, covid-19, regulations, legislation, supervision, policymaking, CIF, FCA, FINMA, investors, funds, money laundering, terrorist financing, foreign exchange market

6AMLD: 5 crucial changes get tougher on crime

10 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Meagan Birch, Vice President of AML Solutions at Feedzai, sat down with The Paypers to discuss five major changes in The Sixth Anti-Money Laundering Directive

Megan Birch, Feedzai, AML, financial institutions, 5AMLD, 6AMLD, crimes, fraud, terrorist financing, anti-money laundering, cybercrime, regulations, cross-border, jurisdictions, compliance

ESAs agree money laundering and terrorist financing still a concern in Europe

08 Oct 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Three European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) have published their second joint opinion on the money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF) risks impacting the European Union’s (EU) financial industry.

money laundering, ML, terrorist financing, European Union, financial industry, European Banking Authority, ESMA

Visa, Mastercard, and more reconsider backing Facebooks Libra

03 Oct 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

Visa, Mastercard, and other financial partners have reconsidered their involvement to help build and maintain Facebook’s Libra payments network.

Visa, Mastercard, Facebook, Libra, money laundering, illegal activities, regulatory scrutiny, cryptocurrency, digital assets, terrorist financing, regulations, government

Elliptic reveals Data Set for crypto AML

05 Aug 2019 | Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrency compliance company Elliptic has released the Elliptic Data Set, geared toward identifying cryptocurrency transactions associated with money laundering (AML).

Elliptic, launch, data, cryptocurrency, digital assets, money laundering, AML, illicit transactions, violations, terrorist financing, CFT, exchanges, regulations

The Fifth EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive and its impact on fintechs

12 Apr 2019 | Expert Opinion

Nans Lorenzini, Limonetik, presents the way in which the Fifth EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive impacts fintech companies in Europe 

Nans Lorenzini, Limonetik, Europe, EU, 5AMLD, PACTE, AML-CFT, Fifth EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive, fintechs, 4AMLD, bank, cryptocurrencies, PSD2, KYC, KYB, TRACFIN, prepaid card, terrorist financing

Most crypto exchanges lack clear KYC policies

01 Apr 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

A global study of 216 exchanges by the regtech startup Coinfirm has found 69% of crypto exchange do not have “complete and transparent” know-your-customer (KYC) procedures.

KYC, AML, cryptocurrency exchanges, study, terrorist financing, Bitcoin, Coinfirm

Jumio, ComplyAdvantage partner for AML risk exposure cutting

19 Mar 2019 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Jumio has launched automated AML screening solution Jumio Screening, which integrates ComplyAdvantage, a real-time database of people posing financial crime risk.

Jumio, partnership, ComplyAdvantage, AML, risk, financial crime, terrorist financing, onboarding, PEPs, due diligence, regulators, banking, ID verification, compliance

North Korea might adopt cryptocurrencies to evade US Sanctions, report

27 Sep 2018 | Cryptocurrencies

It seems that North Korea could start adopting cryptocurrencies to evade US sanctions, according to the Asia Times.

North Korea, cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, US sanctions, AML, terrorist financing,