The Libra Association has kickstarted the licensing process with Swiss FINMA
After months of speculation, governmental hearings and partners abandoning the project, it seems as if the Facebook-led cryptocurrency Libra has taken a big step towards being recognised by regulators.
AUSTRAC introduces new rules to help victims of domestic abuse escape financial dependency
The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (ASUTRAC) has changed the rules regarding money laundering and terrorism financing in order to help people fleeing domestic abuse become financially independent more easily.
EU plans to end cryptocurrency anonymity as part of AML plan
The European Commission has said it intends to end anonymity in cryptocurrencies and introduce a new anti-money laundering (AML) agency to crack down on financial crime.
Sigma Ratings welcomes FinCEN’s push to improve money laundering practices
In response to the FinCEN Files revealing that more must be done to fight money laundering, regulators around the world has snapped into action, which is welcomed by Sigma Ratings.