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To discuss the latest in financial crime news, host Isabella Chase is joined this week by Ava Lee and Koos Couvée. The guests weigh in on the updates coming out of last week’s FATF Plenary and discuss the Cayman Islands’ public UBO register, the EU’s new methodology for listing countries at risk of money laundering, and the recent Reuter’s investigation on drug trafficking.   On this International Fraud Awareness Week, Isabella is joined in the deep dive by Mia Campbell from the Fraud Advisory Panel and Alan Bryce of the Charity Commission, to learn more about the fraud threats facing the charity sector, how the system can be improved, and resources available to charities to combat these risks.

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In this episode we discussed:

Outcomes of the October FATF Plenary

The Hunt for Asia’s El Chapo by Reuters

Khmer Riche - How relatives and allies of Cambodia's leader amassed wealth overseas by Reuters

Charity Fraud Awareness Hub



The Suspicious Transaction Report is kindly supported by:

Acuris Risk Intelligence


Isabella Chase
Isabella Chase
Research Fellow

Isabella Chase is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI. At the CFCS Isabella’s work focuses... read more

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