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In Episode 5 of the Suspicious Transaction Report host Isabella Chase and guests critique a number of new solutions to old financial crime problems. In the news guests Livia Benisty and Alexon Bell review a new investigation on gold-based money laundering, updates on EU and US regulations and a new mechanism for sanctions relief for humanitarian agencies. In the deep dive, Isabella is joined by CFCS director Tom Keatinge to discuss his upcoming research on rethinking counter-terrorist financing.

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In this episode we discussed:

Panorama - Following the Drug Money

Corporate Transparency Act 2019

New EU body for AML Supervision

US Treasury Press Release on



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Acuris Risk Intelligence


Isabella Chase
Isabella Chase
Research Fellow

Isabella Chase is a Research Fellow at RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies. Her work predominately concentrates on... read more

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