Tagged: financial crimes

Fintech Sector Needs Proper Standards and Policies to Maintain Transparency, Ning Wang from PingPong Payments Recommends

The global Fintech ecosystem is growing steadily. The financial technology sector is projected to reach $460 billion within the next five years. But financial losses due to fraudulent activities have reached $42 billion, globally, during the past two years. The billions of dollars stolen due… Read More

US Secret Service Establishes Cyber Fraud Task Force to Combat Financial Crimes Conducted via the Internet

The US Secret Service, a federal law enforcement agency operating under the Department of Homeland Security and responsible for conducting criminal investigations and protecting the country’s leaders and their family members, has established the Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF). The CFTF has been formed after… Read More

UK-based Featurespace, a Firm Focused on Fraud Prevention, Partners with Fintech Enfuce to Protect Customers from Cyberattacks

UK-based Featurespace, a firm that focuses on fraud prevention, confirmed on February 26 that Finland’s Enfuce, an open banking Fintech firm, will be using the Featurespace ARIC Risk Hub in order to protect its customers from online security threats. Established in 2016 by Denise Koskinen… Read More

Ukraine’s Government Approves Final Draft of New Anti-Money Laundering Laws that Apply to Virtual Assets

Ukraine’s government has reportedly approved the nation’s final draft of a new money laundering law that applies to virtual assets (or cryptocurrencies) and virtual asset service providers (VASPs), according to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) guidelines. The Rada, the country’s legislative body, released a… Read More

Regtech Firm Exec Says EU’s 6th Anti-Money Laundering Directive “Clears Path for Holding Responsible Parties Accountable”

The European Union’s sixth anti-money laundering directive (6AMLD) is expected to take effect on December 3, 2020. The new directive recommends several penalties for non-compliance.  EU Member States are required to have 6AMLD incorporated into their national legislation by December of next year and related… Read More

Thomson Reuters Forms New Partnership With Singapore FinTech Association to Fight Against Financial Crime

Thomas Reuters announced on Monday it is joining forces with the Singapore FinTech Association (SFA) to figure against financial crimes. Thomas Reuters revealed it will be collaborating with the SFA on various projects and initiatives contributing to the development of the fintech industry in Singapore. The partnership will also… Read More

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