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.
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
Targeting corruption and its proceeds: Why we should mainstream an anti-corruption perspective into “follow the money” approaches to natural resource crime
Policy paper authored by Alexandria Reid, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Rob Parry-Jones, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Tom Keatinge, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Originally published by World
Read the full publication As the UK government undertakes its Integrated Review of foreign policy, defence, security and international development to re-examine the UK’s
Coronavirus: Financial Inclusion Considerations for Risk-Based Supervision and Its Impacts on the Risk-Based Approach
Read the full Publication The coronavirus pandemic has already dramatically changed the way financial services are delivered, and will continue to do so. This
GCFFC members Refinitiv and RUSI participated in a webinar hosted by Chatham House.
Read the full Publication This occasional paper explores how corruption can enable terrorism and facilitate terrorist financing. In recent years, the international community has
Read the full publication This Occasional Paper is targeted at policymakers, law enforcement agencies and private sector actors that are tasked with combating terrorist
Read the full Publication For a well-studied subject, a remarkable diversity of opinion exists on the financial-crime risks of online gambling. In 2019, the EU’s