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The State of Financial Crime 2024: Download our latest research

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Broker dealer AML

Broker dealers are individuals or firms that buy and sell securities for their own account or on behalf of their customers. Since they deal with large sums of money and a range of financial instruments, and engage in frequent transactions […]

The Reserve Bank Of New Zealand (RBNZ)

What Is The Reserve Bank Of New Zealand (RBNZ)? The Reserve Bank Of New Zealand (RBNZ) works to maintain the stability of New Zealand’s monetary and financial system and provides regulatory oversight for banks and other financial institutions. The RBNZ […]

BSA Officer

What is a Bank Secrecy Act Officer? The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Officer is the person responsible for ensuring compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970, that aims to prevent and detect money laundering and other financial crimes. The […]

PEP red flags

Many uncertainties and misunderstandings surround politically exposed persons (PEPs). Classifying a client as a PEP is part of the process that enables financial institutions (FIs) and designated non-financial businesses and professions (DNFBPs) to assess the risks related to PEPs. Since […]

Wolfsberg Group

Overview of the Wolfsberg Group The Wolfsberg Group, an association of 13 global banks, is one of the several non-governmental organisations that are involved in managing the international economy. The group was founded in 2000 with the aim of contributing […]