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What the sanctions on Russia mean for financial institutions

Announcing sanctions is one thing, ensuring that banks are putting them in place effectively is another challenge altogether. What can banks expect?

Publish date:
March 9, 2022
Reading time:
6
minutes
Overcoming experimenter’s bias to better manage financial crime risk

Financial crime is pervasive, dynamic, and often on such a scale that even the most apparently safe industries and regions are open for exploitation.

Publish date:
May 7, 2020
Reading time:
5
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Luanda leaks: Reflections on fixing a flawed system

The revelations about the conduct and criminal activity of Isabel dos Santos has brought to the fore familiar issues in the financial crime space.

Publish date:
January 23, 2020
Reading time:
3
minutes
Shane Riedel and Filipe Garcia: An interview with Elucidate's founders

The startup founders share their perspective on Elucidate's genesis, evolution and vision

Publish date:
December 11, 2019
Reading time:
3
minutes
Preventing financial crime with a data-driven approach

Information sharing and collaboration across all concerned parties within the financial system is critical to successfully combating financial crime.

Publish date:
November 6, 2019
Reading time:
3
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A probabilistic approach to outcomes in the anti-financial crime

When it comes to preventing financial crime, today’s banking industry is stuck in a cycle of endless investments, and limited returns.

Publish date:
October 17, 2019
Reading time:
5
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Why a de-risking strategy increases your institution's risk

De-risking emerged as an unintended result of banks with limited alternatives to new regulations. Technology is the strongest ally to fix this.

Publish date:
September 12, 2019
Reading time:
4
minutes