AML Case studies / Reports

Case studies/ reports which can provide in-depth knowledge of this area. Updated regularly.

Executive Summary This report provides an independent analysis of the challenges andbest practices in managing customer and transaction screening processes—“ watchlist filtering”—for sanctions compliance, transaction monitoring and customer due diligence at large financial institutions. The study aims to bring forth issues related to achieving efficiency and consistency across complex, distributed...
Introduction 1. The RGA is committed to keeping the online gambling industry crime-free and to the encouragement of high standards of probity and integrity, both for the benefit of its members and the public generally. Combating money laundering effectively is a major objective in this area and the purpose of...
The main findings of the evaluation report are:  · The evaluation confirmed that San Marino has made substantial progress in implementing MONEYVAL’s third round recommendations. Since 2008, the authorities have demonstrated a clear commitment to implement the AML/CFT standards and have strengthened the preventive regime by adopting a large number...
Detailed analysis report from Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project to unleash the EU money laundering racket. Extract: While governments and citizens of Eastern Europe were struggling with the recent financial crisis and trying to borrow money from international financial institutions, billions of euros circulated in the region in an illegal,...
BALTIMORE, MD—Steven Blackwell, age 27, of Elkton, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin, conspiracy to launder money and conspiracy to defraud the United States government relating to the collection of income taxes. The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney...
Background 1.1 There are a number of businesses which are vulnerable to misuse by money launderers and those facilitating the movement of terrorist finance1. International standards have been developed (agreed by the 36 Member States of the Financial Action Task Force) to ensure that there are sufficient controls and procedures...