Suspicious activity reports (SARs) issued to FinCEN were leaked to the media in September 2020.
14 July 2021
Australia has been proactive in adopting cryptocurrency legislation, making cryptocurrencies, digital currencies, and cryptocurrency exchanges legal.
On 30 June 2021, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network published the "Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism National Priorities," a plan for the four-year period 2021/2024 of all actions to curb the current national and international threats.
12 July 2021
Various institutions have started to establish regulations as cryptocurrencies become more prevalent and widely used.
29 June 2021
South Korea has implemented new cryptocurrency regulations to develop businesses' compliance with FAFT's AML regulations.
24 June 2021
The importance of "active cooperation" between financial operators and financial authorities.
21 June 2021
A broker-dealer is an individual or organization that buys and sells securities for their own account or on behalf of its clients.
17 June 2021
Organizations obliged to comply with FCA have to comply with them, otherwise, they will be subject to FCA AML penalties.
27 May 2021
New Zealand has a solid AML and counter-terrorist funding CFT regime that is in line with global standards and is expected to be expanded further soon.
The EU (European Union) has played its part in new money laundering problems, and it took significant measures to defend itself against risks from outside–namely from ‘high-risk third countries’.
26 May 2021
The United Kingdom introduced the Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regulations 2021 on April 26, 2021.
11 May 2021
In the US, AML regulations and regulators aim to develop strategies to prevent, detect and punish money laundering and terrorist financing.
06 May 2021