This Whitehall Report is the first independent study to address the UK’s exposure and response to IWT-linked illicit finance.
RESPONSE TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON GUIDANCE ON THE RULES APPLICABLE TO THE USE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF PREVENTING AND FIGHTING MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING
The Future of Financial intelligence sharing (FFIS) international research programme submitted this consultation response to the European Commission consultation on guidance on the rules applicable to the use of public-private partnerships in the framework of preventing and fighting money laundering and terrorist financing. This was submitted with the support of fellow members of the Europe Chapter of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime – Refinitiv, The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and The European Banking Federation.
Journalist and Author Oliver Bullough explains how ML scandals with the UK and its Companies House at the centre happened and what can be done about it.
This paper explores the impact of fraud on the UK’s national security, and sets out the case for adopting a different pathway for responding to the problem.
This paper provides targeted, long-term recommendations for stakeholders across government, law enforcement and the private sector to tackle cyber fraud.
In partnership with ACAMS, RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies has announced the launch of a new global survey on digital ID and its utility in the fight against financial crime.
Beneficial ownership information should be used to support greater financial system integrity. This paper explores its applications and what they mean for policymaking.
Naming and shaming countries that fail to meet the international community’s anti-financial crime standards is an increasingly popular pastime. The Financial Action Task Force