Transaction Monitoring

Transaction Monitoring

Danske

Danske Bank fined €1.8m by Central Bank of Ireland

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined Danske Bank €1.8m for three breaches of the Criminal Justice Act 2010.
Sentinels

How companies should screen for PEPs and RCAs

RegTech firm Sentinels recently underlined how companies should screen for politically exposed persons and relatives and close associates.
European-Central-Bank-crypto-regulation

ECB to reign in crypto with regulatory framework

The European Central Bank (ECB) has released its intentions to form a crypto regulatory framework that aims to make how banks offer crypto assets more consistent.
Eventus teams with AirCarbon Exchange to support trade surveillance

Eventus teams with AirCarbon Exchange to support trade surveillance

Trade surveillance and market risk solution developer Eventus will provide AirCarbon Exchange with its technology as part of a new partnership.

Why US’ sanctions on Russia are a compliance challenge for all

Since the onset of the Ukraine-Russia war, one of the biggest sanction-imposing nations has been the US. While comprehensive, this has become a huge...

The role of man and machine in transaction reporting

When it comes to create and submitting complete and accurate reports under a slew of regulations, companies cannot simply rely on man or machine separately – they are both needed.

What is post-event transaction monitoring?

Transaction monitoring has always formed a key part of AML and financial crime compliance, however this has ramped up to 100 in the digital...

Why real-time transaction monitoring is the next step for compliance

 Sentinels, which helps detect money laundering in real-time, has released a report outlining why real-time transaction monitoring is the next step for compliance functions.

ACI Worldwide extends partnership with IR for transaction monitoring

Real-time payments software ACI Worldwide has extended its partnership with IR, a performance management and analytics platform for payment ecosystems.

Is the crypto crash a failure of regulation?

The crypto industry has been on a white-knuckle rollercoaster over the last few years. Establishing a market presence back in 2013, the price of Bitcoin rose from just over $10,000 in 2017 to over $61,000 in October 2021. However, the market is now undergoing a crash. Was a failure to regulation to blame?

News Stories

Matrixport-raises-funding-after-successful-series-C-raise-digital-assets

Digital asset platform Matrixport eyes $100m raise

Matrixport, a digital assets financial services platform, is reportedly planning to raise $100m.
recession

How firms can navigate transaction monitoring during a recession

During a recession, it is common for everything to get a little harder. For compliance teams however, facing lower resourcing with increasing crime can be a fierce time.
Cogo-Tandem-partner-for-carbon-footprint-tool

Cogo, Tandem partner for carbon footprint tool

Carbon footprint management expert Cogo has partnered with challenger bank Tandem to help banking customers better manage their carbon footprint.
Indian money management app Galgal has raised $1m

Indian money management app Galgal has raised $1m

India-based Galgal Money, a money management app, has reportedly raised $1m in its seed funding round.
SEC

SEC slaps Goldman Sachs Asset Management with $4m fine

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Goldman Sachs Asset Management for false advertisement of funds and account strategies. 

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