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Standard Chartered Bank has been ordered to pay SGD5.2m and Coutts (at the relevant time part of Royal Bank of Scotland) to pay SGD2.4 million for breaches of the Monetary Authority of Singapore's counter-money laundering requirements. It's also a slap in the face for Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib because the penalties arise from compliance failures relating to 1MDB, Najib's flagship project. There is also the minor matter of a Goldman Sachs employee and false statements.

 

 

 

 

World Money Laundering Report (WorldMoneyLaunderingReport.com) was first published in 1999. Over the following 17 years it appeared in 15 volumes, the last issue being published in December 2016. As from January 2017, WMLR will enter version 2.0 of its development.

For all the nonsense that the EU gets up to, there are some, little known parts, that do extremely good and valuable work. The European Union's Judicial Cooperation Unit, which goes by the moniker EuroJust, is one of those units. There is also Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). Add in Europol itself, plus some other agencies that combine intelligence, investigation and prosecution and the EU has a sound infrastructure for combatting intra-community crime. It's essential that this part of the EU is retained when the UK leaves for without it all will be weaker.

 

World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 5 World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 5 is now available for download by Site Licence holders.

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World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 4 World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 4 is now available for download by Site Licence holders.

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Plunder and corruption by state officials: an action plan for dealing with proceeds of suspected or proven offences.

 

  World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 3 is now available for subscribers.

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 WMLR Vol 15 No 2  World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 2 is published today.

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The Philippines Anti Money Laundering Act: not fit for purpose.

 

World Money Laundering Report Volume 15 Number 1 is now available.

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Morris-Cotterill The Ten Real Life Exploits Da'esh / ISIS use to Hack the World PUBLISHED March 2015 as a special issue of World Money Laundering Report Ten Exploits that Dae'sh / ISIS Use to Hack the World explains how Da'esh / ISIS has been able to become such a global force in such a short time and how the group has become the biggest threat to the world since the Ice Age.

FinCEN and FDIC have assessed First Bank of Delaware to a USD15m civil penalty as a result of breaches of the Bank Secrecy Act and other counter-money laundering laws and regulations. The bank has also settled DoJ charges.

Not for the first time, the Financial Action Task Force is having a bit of a moment over Turkey's failure to do as the FATF demands. But far from being an NCCT (or similar scheme) country, Turkey is a long-time member of the FATF.

Operation Cross Country is an FBI initiative conducted with local police forces across the USA. In the past three days, more than 100 pimps have been arrested and 79 juvenile prostitutes "recovered."

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