IBS Journal Supplement:
AML, Compliance & Regulations

In this latest edition we focus on the issues of anti-money laundering (AML) and compliance. Once a back-water and tick-box exercise, these are is now centre stage. It has been a painful conversion for banks, with eye-watering fines and significant brand damage along the way. The debate is now centred around what constitutes best practice, particularly in light of impending new regulations.

AML, Compliance & Regulations Supplement features:

Analysis: What constitutes best practice?

The issue these days isn’t now so much about trying to focus senior management attention and attract investment, it is more about how to achieve effective AML in practice. More resources and more bucks are being thrown at this area, but the complexity is increasing and it is as much a cultural challenge as a technology one.

Point of view: Erik Wilgenhof Plante, itBit – virtual currencies going mainstream

Can the virtual currency world move on from the fraud-related early years to become a regulated, mainstream part of the financial services sector? IBS spoke to Erik Wilgenhof Plante, chief compliance officer at bitcoin exchange, itBit, about the challenges.

 


What is the IBS Journal Supplement?

Each issue of our flagship monthly IBS Journal includes a Supplement, dedicated to a specific area of banking technology. The Supplements are part of the IBS Journal subscription.

IBS Journal Supplements cover a wide range of subjects pertinent to the financial technology industry worldwide. They include detailed case studies, analysis, interviews and other feature articles.

Each publication features independently researched and compiled material, with no advertorial or contributed articles. All articles are written by IBS, and we believe that this dedication to quality is unique among publications in the banking/financial services technology space.

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