Lutte contre le blanchiment


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  • Lonsdale v National Westminster Bank plc: Disclosure of SARs in civil proceedings


    Envoyé: 18 January 2019

    The Court ruled that a Suspicious Activity Report filed by the defendant bank was relevant to the breach of contract, defamation and Data Protection Act claims brought by the customer against the bank. Disclosure should not be refused on grounds of confidentiality. It is an important reminder to financial crime and compliance practitioners that SARs may be disclosable in litigation both to customers and potentially to third parties.

  • Luxembourg’s new central register of ultimate beneficial owners - get ready!


    Envoyé: 20 December 2018

    On 18 December 2018 the bill of law 7217 setting up a register of beneficial owners of Luxembourg legal entities has been passed in the Luxembourg Parliament.

  • FCA analysis of firms’ financial crime data


    Envoyé: 21 November 2018

    The FCA’s analysis of the first year of financial crime data from regulated firms highlights issues with the current Anti Money Laundering regime.

  • Unexplained Wealth Orders: the context for Financial Institutions


    Envoyé: 22 October 2018

    The High Court has considered the definitions of Politically Exposed Persons and State Owned Entities in the context of a challenge to an Unexplained Wealth Order.

  • FCA publish its Anti-Money Laundering Report for 2017/18


    Envoyé: 26 July 2018

    The FCA has published its 2017/18 Anti-Money Laundering annual report. The article outlines the main findings from the report and draws out the FCA’s key messages.

  • The fight against financial crime: anti-money laundering


    Dernière révision: 25 June 2018 / Envoyé: 23 April 2018

    In this series of articles, we focus on different areas of financial crime, taking an incisive look at current regulation and what we can expect over the course of 2018. In this first edition we take a look at anti-money laundering, including the recent passing of the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive by the European Parliament and other developments in Asia.

  • Crime, fraud and investigations 2018: Fifth money laundering directive


    Dernière révision: 25 June 2018 / Envoyé: 08 January 2018

    With implementation of 4MLD still ongoing, 2018 should see the finalisation of further changes to the EU’s anti-money laundering framework.

  • Trade based money laundering - Singapore releases best practice papers


    Envoyé: 18 May 2018

    In a continued attempt to combat the threats of trade based money laundering (TBML), the Singapore Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Industry Partnership (ACIP), a new regulatory body overseen by CAD and MAS, has just published two best practice papers aimed at increasing the prevention of money laundering, terrorism financing and the misuse of company structures for illicit purposes.

  • Anti-money laundering

    Guide transfrontalier

    Envoyé: 11 April 2018

    This resource is a comparative guide to anti money laundering laws and regulations across various jurisdictions. It includes information on potential criminal liability, plus local requirements for client due diligence and reporting obligations.

  • Singapore introduces Deferred Prosecution Agreements


    Envoyé: 28 March 2018

    As part of wider reforms, ​Singapore has introduced a framework for DPAs to resolve criminal charges against companies for specified offences.

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