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Money Laundering

EU Commission swift transposition of the international agreement on taxation of multinationals

The proposal delivers on the EU's pledge to move extremely swiftly and be among the first to implement the recent historic global tax reform agreement, which aims to bring fairness, transparency and stability to the international corporate tax framework...

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Anti-Bribery & Corruption

OECD announced new Anti-Bribery Recommendation

The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention establishes legally binding standards to criminalise bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions, and provides a host of measures to make this effective.

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Human Trafficking

Europol large-scale action against human trafficking

Europol supported large-scale international action against trafficking in human beings. 29 countries, led by Austria and Romania, took part in the action days, which were coordinated by Europol and Frontex....

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Wildlife & Environmental Crimes

FATF high-level conference on environmental crime

FATF calls for a global push to take the illicit profits out of environmental crimes involving the public, private, not-for-profit sectors and academia. Environmental crimes generate criminal gains each year and include illegal logging...

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Sanctions & Trade Embargoes

US Treasury terminates of Burundi sanctions program

The economic sanctions with respect to Burundi administered by OFAC are no longer in effect. These steps were taken in light of changed circumstances and positive political developments in...

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Fines & Lessons Learned

FCA fines NatWest over AML failures

NatWest fined £264.8 million after failing to comply with account-monitoring requirements, becoming the first bank to be criminally convicted under the UK's AML regulations. The ‘red flags’ that were reported included significant amounts...

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On the web

UAE reviews progress in efforts to combat money laundering

The UAE has been working closely with FATF to ensure the nation's legal, regulatory and operational standards not ...

Kenya: FRC eyes dirty cash hidden by lawyers in amendment

The anti-money laundering watchdog has asked MPs to pass proposed changes to the law compelling advocates to ...

HSBC discovery of a ML network

HSBC discovered a suspected money laundering network that received $4.2bn (£3bn) worth of payments, it has emerged,

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FATF starts new project

FATF launches project to study and mitigate the unintended consequences resulting from the incorrect implementation of the FATF Standards...

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