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World Money Laundering Report

There's a huge amount of money spent on financial transaction monitoring software but there is something that costs nothing but a bit of time and the application of knowledge that can identify suspicious activity before the money hits the bank. Welcome to the world of anti-spam filters and they are cheap or free.

Regulation
Policing
Impact on the conventional sector

"No head-scratching and audible sighs of relief as knickers become untwisted. "

Interacting with a blockchain

How Ethereum demonstrated the benefits of blockchain-based currency for financial crime reduction.

How up to date is a blockchain? How secure is a blockchain? A blockchain does not make new things happen.

In this exclusive multi-part analysis, World Money Laundering Report looks at blockchains from a layman's perspective, demystifies the topic using plain language and often humour and explains some of the risks that it creates for regulators, investigators, providers of financial services and the public at large.

Note: there is nothing technical here. It's intended to be simple, bordering on the simplistic from a techy standpoint, for non technical people.

As PoTUS Trump continues to ramp up his rhetoric against North Korea and Iran, the FATF recently issued a statement relating to both countries. While there is accord about NoKo, the FATF and the USA do not speak as one with regard to Iran. Is this a problem?

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