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International news and developments - March 2018

Written by Jason Morris on Friday April 6, 2018


 

UK Region

First case on UK Bribery Act’s 'adequate procedures'

Offshore tax evaders could face unlimited fines

FCA approach to supervision and enforcement

Solicitors Regulation Authority publishes review on money laundering

SFO recovers £4.4m from corrupt diplomats in ‘Chad Oil’ share deal

 

EMEA Region

European Parliament establishes new special committee on financial crime

FATF Publishes report on Norway’s progress

ECB finalises guides on bank and fintech bank licensing

The first UK contested prosecution for failure to prevent bribery provides warning to Irish businesses

FATF Publishes report on Spain’s progress

FATF publishes outcomes of workshop on the role of judges and prosecutors in tackling money laundering and terrorist financing in Europe

 

APAC Region

Singapore fines Standard Chartered entities for money laundering breaches

A tale of two enforcement actions

Japan to introduce plea bargaining, with focus on corporate crime

 

North America Region 

FINRA’s top 6 concerns in 2018

 

LATAM Region

Allegations that Russia assisted Venezuela to launch a Cryptocurrency to evade U.S. Sanctions

 

Africa

FATF publishes outcomes of workshop on the role of judges and prosecutors in tackling money laundering and terrorist financing in Africa and the Middle East.

South Africa spends more than Switzerland on compliance with anti-money laundering laws, says study

 

Misc.

FATF President's remarks at the Egmont Working Group and Heads of Financial Intelligence Units meeting

Regulate tech firms to prevent ‘weaponised web

FATF publishes report to G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors

The Wolfsberg Group publishes FAQs on country risk


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