Articles about AML

EU’s AMLD5 Is Not Enough

The last two years shook Europe with a wave of money-laundering cases brought forward against a number of big-name banks and financial institutions. Such a cascade demands serious attention and, worryingly, suggests that the EU’s regulatory frameworks for money-laundering prevention demand profound reform if they are to achieve lawmakers’ stated goals. With the fifth iteration of its AML directive, the EU is tightening the reigns, hoping to significantly curtail the illicit funneling of funds within its borders. But the actions may not be far-reaching enough.
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How Can AI Help Solve Invoice Fraud?

Invoice fraud is costing hundreds of millions of euros every year. Artificial intelligence could provide a way to stop it. Read to find out more.
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Five Ways to Prevent Internal Fraud

Internal fraud is a growing problem, costing us all $3.5 trillion each year. Here's how to keep your business safe.

Nordic Banks and the Russian Laundromat

The Russian Laundromat scandal raises renews calls for international unity around anti-money laundering regulations.
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