Tag Archives: money laundering

Regulation of Cryptocurrency – Global Team Work.

Karsten Treiber/ December 4, 2018/ Uncategorized

Cryptocurrencies are developed, motivated by the financial crisis in 2008, to be independent of financial institutions or nations and are traded directly between users by peer-to-peer transaction authentication. In recent years the popularity and the use of cryptocurrencies is steadily increasing and so is the pressure for regulations. This challenges traditional methods of banking compliance. The anonymity, liquidity, and borderless

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Who are you? Know your customer!

Susanne Hofrichter/ October 23, 2018/ Uncategorized

Know your customer (KYC) –is one of the most important topics in bank compliance. It includes several preventive measures to accurately identify the customer. Financial institutions are faced with the enormous challenge to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing. To minimize risks, it is necessary to obtain information about your clients and their financial transactions. Anti-Money Laundering Directives, KYC and

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Compliance International: Transliteration

Matthias Dennig/ July 30, 2018/ Uncategorized

From typo to terrorist financing? Applied linguistics in compliance When the EU imposed sanctions on the Gaddafi regime in early 2011, no one could have foreseen the ensuing problems for compliance. A lack of clear standards for the spelling of Arabic names in Roman script gave rise to dozens of variations of the Libyan leader’s name. From Muammar Qaddafi and

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