Details on the SDRs were omitted from a new financial services bill outlined during the Queen’s Speech last week.
The agenda includes support for safe crypto adoption, stronger powers to tackle illicit finance, and better fraud protections for consumers.
Ari Redbord outlines what crypto-asset service providers need to understand as discussions continue on an EU-wide regulatory framework for crypto.
Some smaller cryptocurrencies are being established specifically with the motive of laundering, while larger virtual assets are seeing "heavy" manipulation.
A common tax arbitrage trading strategy is now being prosecuted as outright tax avoidance, catching global banks and traders in a broad net.
New OFAC designations; US and UK bans on Russian access to professional services; New trade restrictions, vessel designations
The XML version of the FCDO sanctions list was removed last week. XML is the key format used by large organisations to automate sanctions compliance.
European Commission has not shown cause for anti-trust allegations as consumers strongly support Apple payment technology, writes Peter Guy.
Three more Russian banks will be removed from SWIFT, three broadcasters will be blocked, and more military officers and individuals will be sanctioned.
The new measures include a possible phased-in embargo on buying Russian oil and EU sanctions against Sberbank, with Germany's backing.
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