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In 2009, an IRS inspection found "systemic" failures in the money laundering control systems at a small supermarket, Thriftway Food Mart which provided cheque cashing services and the sale of money orders, activities which require it to be registered as a Money Services Business with FinCEN and to impose and maintain appropriate systems. The sole proprietor of the business, who is also its compliance officer, was issued with a warning from FinCEN. So that's all good, then, you might think. Well, ... no.

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Israel is at last planning to include tax evasion as an offence within its counter-money laundering laws. It is unjustifiably proud of itself. On the face of it the Bill meets the FATF requirements but underneath the gloss it provides a convenient escape route for the vast majority of Isrealis - and those who may be subject to investigation overseas.

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Here is a live feed of the Senate Hearing in the Philippines 17 March 2016.


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The first Senate hearing into the "alleged" money laundering of USD81 million stolen from the account of the Bank of Bangladesh with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and transfered to accounts with Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC).

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The Financial Crime Risk Officers' Network is a brand new publication, launched for the first time along with the launch of the Please Be Informed suite of publications. And it's a brand new concept.

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Welcome to the launch of The Financial Crime Risk Officers' Network, the place to meet and discuss any issues that relate to the identification, prevention, detection and deterrence of financial crime.

42 year old Garth Peterson has been jailed for nine months plus three years' probation in the USA after admitting bypassing anti-bribery controls at Morgan Stanley in Singapore. But, says the US Department of Justice, the company's systems were good enough: the problem was that Peterson knew his way around them too well.

Indonesian authorities are mounting a global manhunt for Muhammad Nazaruddin after he fled the country via Singapore.

Desiree Brown, the former treasurer of a private mortgage lending company, Taylor, Bean & Whitaker (TBW), has pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bank, wire and securities fraud for her role in a more than USD1,900 million fraud scheme that contributed to the failures of Colonial Bank and TBW.

Authorities in the UK and Switzerland are taking steps to freeze bank accounts and other assets owned or controlled by or connected to Libya's Colonel Gadhafi, his relatives and associates.




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