Could KYC and AML bring back the crypto boom?

Anonymity and confidentiality may be attractive in the crypto world powered by blockchain, but they can pose problems when policing money laundering

Crypto trust is key for survival

Cryptocurrencies have been catapulted into public awareness, but the volatility and controversies surrounding them have created a distrust that must be overcome

Including general counsel could prevent scandal

Danske Bank of Denmark announced last month that more than €200 billion in laundered, illegal money had passed through its Estonia branch’s coffers

The future of fintech is in payment innovations

A series of innovations in the payments sector is driving change elsewhere in the UK economy and beyond

How fraud could destabilise global economies

Fraud, like the mythical Hydra of Ancient Greece, is a many-headed foe that is capable of disrupting society in a number of ways

Using artificial intelligence to fight fraud

Artificial intelligence and machine-learning are fast becoming essential weapons in the war on fraud

How fraud is funding terrorism

In his evidence before the Treasury select committee of MPs, Donald Toon from the National Crime Agency, said: “It would be realistic to say that hundreds of billions are laundered through the UK annually”

Theranos: how one woman fooled Silicon Valley

With billions at stake, along with pride and reputation, business leaders must avoid the trap of making fraudulent claims