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  • Don’t forget the basics - KYE means KYC image

    Thursday 28 November 2019

    Don’t forget the basics: KYE means KYC

    Banks must practice Know Your Customer (KYC) due diligence. But what if it’s just as important to Know Your Enemy, too?

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    Financial Crime
  • New kids on the block image

    Thursday 14 November 2019

    New kids on the block - novel tactics and perpetrators

    We know that criminals will often use any means to achieve their end – and in financial crime, the smarter ones are making the most of a world of new technologies and the opportunities they present.

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    Financial Crime
  • Beating the crypto-criminals

    Tuesday 29 October 2019

    Beating the crypto-criminals

    The banking industry’s early collective scepticism about the future of cryptocurrency means its potential value to financial criminals was underestimated says Gareth Evans.

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  • The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    Tuesday 22 October 2019

    Is it possible to quantify insurance fraud?

    That insurance companies are being actively targeted by fraudsters is old news. But despite this knowledge, the ability to quantify the true scale and nature of the problem still evades the industry, says Dennis Toomey, Global Head of Insurance Fraud.

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  • Tackling the masked menace that is trade-based money laundering

    Thursday 17 October 2019

    Tackling the masked menace that is trade-based money laundering

    Jon Draper, Product Strategist in the Futures team at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, asks how trade-based money laundering is impacting society, and what we can do about it.

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    Financial Crime
  • The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    Thursday 26 September 2019

    Breaking the under-reporting habit

    In order to solve a problem, we need to accept that it’s there. This principle is common sense – and it certainly applies to insurers’ fight against financial crime, says Dennis Toomey.

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  • Making Open Banking a Success for Banks

    Friday 20 September 2019

    Making Open Banking a success for banks, not criminals

    Balancing the opportunity of Open Banking against appropriate security and good user experience will be tricky – but ultimately worth the work, says Gareth Evans.

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    Financial Crime
  • The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    Wednesday 28 August 2019

    The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    The insurance industry has woken up to the growing criminal threat. Dennis Toomey looks at how insurers are devoting increasing amounts of time and money to build appropriate defences.

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    Financial Crime
  • The Old and the New: Crime Fighting Lessons for Banking

    Thursday 01 August 2019

    The Old and the New: Crime Fighting Lessons for Banking

    Startups and centuries-old financial institutions: when it comes to fighting crime, both sides gain from working together, says Gareth Evans.

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    Financial Crime
  • Security starts at the boardroom table

    Thursday 18 July 2019

    Security starts at the boardroom table

    A focus on tackling fraud and security risks sometimes concentrates more on the mechanics of a solution than the need to build a strong culture that starts at the top of the organisation, says Dennis Toomey.

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    Financial Crime
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