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cdd customer due diligence

Unveiling the Shield: Ensuring Security through Customer Due Diligence

In an era where financial transactions occur at lightning speed across borders, it is imperative to maintain a robust system that protects against money laundering, terrorist financing, and other...
Financial Action Task Force FATF

Understanding FATF: The Global Watchdog Against Financial Crimes

In the financial world, safety comes first. That's where the Financial Action Task Force FATF, often called FATF, steps in. It came into existence in 1989, born out of...
ISO 20022

Implications of ISO:20022 on combating Financial Crimes

Banks and financial organizations are preparing to migrate their payment systems. They want to switch from the old system to the new and data-rich ISO 20022 standard. By 2025,...
FATF India

CAME Becomes a Certification of National Significance

If we go 2000 years back in time, Money laundering existed and if we go 2000 years forward in time, it would still be in existence. This was sensed...
financial crimes in trade

Financial Crimes in Trade – A Global Menace

“I thought my jokes were bad” storms in the Joker (the immortal Heath Ledger performance) Remember this scene from the Batman- Dark Knight, 2008. The Joker...
sovereign coins

The risk of issuing the Sovereign Coins

As the crypto currency becomes popular, different variants of the technology will emerge. Globally, central banks and the governments are against private digital currency because currency issuance is a...
phantom shipments

Understanding Phantom Shipments in TBML Parlance

In the wake of Trade Based Money Laundering, one term is being commonly used these days and is called Phantom Shipments -The shipments, which exist only on paper.
risk assessment

Importance of Risk Assessment in Anti Money Laundering

Risk assessment is the basis of applying the risk-based approach in any organization. Performing an AML risk assessment enables an organization to understand how, and to what extent, it...
wire stripping

Wire Stripping in Anti Money Laundering Parlance

Money Launderers across the world are now using internet banking and wire transfers for completing their shady financial transactions. They also use wire transfers to disguise the origin of...

Anti Money Laundering Certification in India

Certified Anti Money Laundering is recognised in IT Outsourcing companies as leading compliance certification with strong alumni base

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