Anti-Fraud

Anti-Fraud

OpenGate buys majority stake in InRule Technology

Private equity firm OpenGate Capital has acquired a majority stake in InRule Technology, a decision management platform.

CoinGecko joins the AMLT Network to boost AML efforts

Cryptocurrency market data platform CoinGecko has joined Coinfirm’s AMLT Network, a group designed to improve AML and security of cryptocurrency.

What does it mean that the Australian anti-money laundering watchdog has been flooded with...

The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) is experiencing a spike in companies disclosing breaches to anti-money laundering (AML) rules. But experts believe more needs to be done.

Mobileum acquires WeDo Technologies to boost anti-fraud technology

Mobileum, an analytics-based roaming and risk management platform, has acquired WeDo Technologies for an undisclosed amount.

Desjardins Group puts CAD $70m aside for data breach expenses

Desjardins Group, a Canadian financial services provider, has set aside CAD $70M ($52m) for expenses resulted from its data privacy breach.

FinCEN director says casinos play a key role in fighting financial crimes

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s (FinCEN) director Kenneth A. Blanco believes casinos have a key role to play when it comes to preventing financial crimes.

German FinTech N26 has moved to appease regulators after a smattering of negative headlines

Online bank N26 plans to list on the stock exchange within five years. But first the German scaleup is moving towards appeasing the country’s regulators.

ASB Bank invest in blockchain startup TradeWindow to create a trading platform safe from...

New Zealand’s ASB Bank has invested in early-stage blockchain company TradeWindow, according to reports.

FCA agrees to delay the full implementation of strong customer authentication by 18 months

The UK deadline for businesses to comply with the EU’s new rules for online payments has been postponed. But some warn businesses shouldn’t breathe a sigh of relief yet.

Bank Negara Malaysia has suggested new electronic KYC guidelines

Having issued a policy document earlier in 2019, Bank Negara Malaysia has now released a draft for how the rules around electronic know your customer (KYC) could look like in the future in the country.
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