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Arctic Intelligence bolsters financial crime capabilities through FrankieOne alliance

Australian RegTech firm Arctic Intelligence has entered into strategic alliance with FrankieOne to strengthen financial crime synergies between the two.

Brokerage Archax picks Scila for surveillance and AML

Archax has selected Scila Surveillance and Scila AML to help it bolsters its market surveillance and anti-money laundering capabilities.

HKMA reprimands four Asian banks due to AML abuses

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has disciplined four banks due to anti-money laundering (AML) violations for a total imposed penalty of HKD$44.2m.

Over a quarter of global firms bled more than £1m to...

A recent whitepaper by KYC and AML software providers Themis and Encompass Corporation has found financial services’ companies worldwide lost over £1m due to financial crime deficiencies last year.

ComplyAdvantage introduces AML guide for digital-first banks

ComplyAdvantage has launched a new anti-money laundering (AML) guide for digital banks to provide them with a better understanding of the topic.

First AML nets $21m Series B as it eyes Europe expansion

New Zealand-based RegTech firm First AML has secured $21m from a Series B funding round.

ComplyAdvantage extends AML program to US and Canadian FinTechs

Financial crime detection firm ComplyAdvantage has expanded its anti-money laundering (AML) program ComplyLaunch to help FinTech startups in the US and Canada.

NatWest could face £340m fine following money laundering neglect

NatWest has pleaded guilty to money laundering failings amounting to £365m from UK-based jeweller Fowler Oldfield.

MAS to launch digital platform to help FIs fight money laundering

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is set to introduce a digital platform that will enable financial institutions to share with one another tips to prevent financial crime.

An anniversary to forget: one year on from the FinCEN files...

Documents from the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) were leaked to the press and published globally in September 2020. The leak involved over 2,100 documents and around $2trn in transactions and showed how some of the world’s largest banks enabled criminals to move dirty money around the globe. A year on, has the industry been able to clean up its act?

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