The companies that will reportedly be added to the list of companies linked to the Chinese military include chipmaker SMIC and oil giant CNOOC.
The SFC found deficiencies in areas including oversight, internal controls, risk assessments, third party deposits, SoW/SoF checks, and sanctions screening, among others.
The FATF seeks feedback to help identify how divergent AML/CFT measures adopted at the national level add to the challenges of cross-border payments.
Elliptic’s David Carlisle and Onchain Custodian’s El Lee discuss opportunities for the banking and cryptoasset industries to learn from one another in the fight against financial crime.
North Korea is tightening controls over its economy and the use of foreign currency, amid a near 20% appreciation of the won over the US dollar in recent months.
Law enforcement will get a new single interface providing access to search, analysis and visualisation tools. SARs reporters will see the SAR Online portal upgraded.
New legislation provisionally agreed by member states will allow the EU to target individuals who commit gross human rights violations irrespective of nationality.
The new law seeks to address a FATF requirement for Cambodia to implement risk-based supervision for casinos, while also helping to further develop the gaming sector.
FTSE Russell is seeking views on the impact of the sanctions on its indexes. MSCI is asking about the impacts on investment processes.
The amendments bring precious metals dealers, casinos and real estate brokers and developers into scope under the Anti-Money Laundering Act.
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