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Open Banking, Open Risk? Managing Financial Crime In A Disrupted World
The financial services industry is changing faster than any other time in the last half century.
7 Dec 2017
FCA Thematic Review - AML And ABC Systems And Controls: Asset Management And Platform Firms
The latest Financial Conduct Authority thematic review, published on 31 October, provides an assessment of the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Bribery and Corruption systems and controls across asset management and platform firms.
11 Nov 2013
Fraud Is On The Board Agenda, But Companies Know They Must Do More
An increase in the vulnerability to fraud, but not necessarily an increase in the use of analytics and fraud risk assessments.
14 Nov 2012
Reducing Fraud & Error In The Public Sector
According to the National Fraud Authority, the public sector lost £21.2bn through fraud in 2010, accounting for 55% of all fraud loss in the UK. This covers tax fraud, which accounts for the bulk of losses, but also illegal practices in the benefit system, procurement processes and expenses.
15 Mar 2012
Is Your House In Order? The UK Bribery Act And Adequate Procedures
One of the most significant elements that the UK Bribery Act introduces is the ‘corporate offence’ which extends the reach of UK enforcement agencies beyond personal liability to enable the prosecution of commercial organisations for failing to prevent a bribe.
15 Dec 2011
Not On My Watch: Providing Insight Into Fraud Prediction, Prevention And Response
Fraud directly affects your bottom line profit. With a generous profit margin of 5%, you would need to generate an additional £1m to recover losses from a mere £50,000 fraud.
26 Mar 2009
Fraud In The Airline Industry - How To Plug The Gaps
Almost 148 million people passed through British airports last year– many booked on e-tickets purchased online with credit cards. Whilst this growth in self-service electronic bookings is encouraged by the industry which is keen to move to more cost-efficient e-ticketing, it places greater demands on airlines to ensure their IT is up to the challenge; and that internal and external IT systems are sufficiently robust to keep ahead of fraudsters.
30 Apr 2007
Ripped Off: Identity Theft – A View from the Financial Services Industry
Identity fraud is increasing dramatically. And that is just the reported cases. APACS, the UK payments organisation, reports that the cost of online banking fraud more than doubled in the first six months of 2005 compared to the same period in 2004. Similarly, ‘card not present’ fraud via the internet, phone or mail order swelled by 29% in the same period. In fact, internet fraud is said to account for a quarter of all losses.
26 Apr 2006
A Month in Money Laundering - November 2005
This edition includes news on the United Kingdom Financial Services Authority’s plan for inspection of anti-money laundering controls in private equity firms, a grant from the Asian Development Bank to the Philippines for the second stage of its anti-money laundering initiative and new cash transfer rules proposed by the State Bank of Vietnam.
9 Jan 2006
A Month in Money Laundering - September 2005
This edition includes news on the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in the United Kingdom lobbying the UK Government to allow RICS to regulate estate agents under the new EU Directive (5 September); American proposals to reduce currency transactions reporting requirement for seasoned business customers (16 September); and the approval of regulatory standards for Hawala money transfers between 14 Arab states (28 September).
1 Nov 2005
A Month in Money Laundering - August 2005
This edition includes news on an agreement by Latin American banks to share information related to money laundering crimes (2 August), changes to Indian Central Bank KYC rules (3 August), and grants from the Asian Development Bank to Thailand and the Philippines to develop anti-money laundering measures (15 and 24 August).
19 Sep 2005
Facing up to fraud - The need for a risk-based approach
Times are changing fast. In October 2004 the Financial Services Authority (‘FSA’) unveiled its new regulatory approach to dealing with financial fraud. The FSA has now put financial fraud risk management on its agenda of ‘risk-based’ regulation through its existing supervisory regimebit will seek to measure and evaluate the degree of compliance with expected best practice.
16 Jun 2005
Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down - Litigation and the film industry
The film industry has a chequered experience of litigation. It took just three weeks to track down the man who stole The Hulk in the US. However, a four-year Nordic saga continues as the Norwegian Economic Crime Unit attempts to bring a teenage code-breaker to justice.
30 Jun 2004
Pirates - digital theft in the film industry
While organised crime largely controls hard copy piracy, the general public downloads soft copy illegal content. A different approach will be needed to combat the newer threat of digital theft.
30 Jun 2004
The Sting-an insider’s guide to film piracy
Piracy comes in two guises – hard copy (physical goods) and soft copy (electronic files). Press and check discs are one of the largest sources of pirated films.
24 Jun 2004
Easy money - counting the cost of pirated films
Piracy cannibalises the main money makers for studios – the rental and sale of DVDs and home videos. Hard copy piracy costs an estimated $3-3.5bn per year; digital theft may cost $3-4bn per year.
24 Jun 2004
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