Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) and Customer Due Diligence in Asia

Customer Due Diligence in Asia has gained prominence over recent years, with a growing set of regulations that have come into force. International Anti-money laundering standards recommended by the Financial Action Task force (FATF) have provided a framework for member jurisdictions to lay out the requirements for the prevention and combat of money laundering and terrorist financing, which is particularly…

The 4th EU AML Directive: Recommendations to help your business prepare

Following adoption of the new Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directive by the European Union, member states must now implement the required changes in their domestic legislation. Our tip sheet highlights the key changes and includes practical advice on what your company can do to prepare.

Whither Ukraine?

After Yatsenyuk’s resignation his likely successor as prime minister holds few promises regarding the government’s reformist agenda.

Enhanced Due Diligence in Managing Sanctions Risks

Jennifer Hanley-Giersch elaborates on the sanctions in force against Russia, Syria and Iran as well as those recently lifted against Belarus, highlighting the risks still associated with the countries.

Financial crime risk assessment

Legislation in force to prevent financial crime has become more risk focused, requiring organizations to fully understand the risks their organization faces based on their business model and strategy.