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Despite increased adoption of cryptocurrency across the world, some financial institutions continue to hold back from banking cryptocurrency businesses and investing resources to capitalize on its opportunities, in part because of the perception that it is impossible to control for illicit activity.
New Zealand Police has a strong focus on confiscation of proceeds of crime, backed by a top-level target for the volume of criminal assets to be restrained, says the Financing Action Task Force (FATF). The goal is NZ$500m (US$350m, €297m) this year.
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In this webinar we will discuss how FIs can apply innovative approaches developed for national security and law enforcement agencies to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness oftheir anti-financial crime controls.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in the UK is investigating entrepreneur Gavin Woodhouse plus individuals and companies associated with him for suspected money laundering and fraud.