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In Episode 6 of the Suspicious Transaction Report, host Isabella Chase and guests attempt to understand the changing nature of risk in the ever-evolving financial crime landscape. ‘In the news’ guests Jackie Harvey and Sam Tate discuss new supervision initiatives at FATF, SFO guidance on corporate cooperation, and concerns with trusts. In the deep dive, Isabella is joined by CFCS’s own Anton Moiseienko and Kayla Izenman to discuss the Financial Crime 2.0 research programme, specifically focusing on money-laundering risks faced by online businesses in a variety of sectors.

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In this episode we discussed:

First FATF Supervisors’ Forum on improving the effectiveness of supervision

SFO Corporate Cooperation Guidance

The great American tax haven: why the super-rich love South Dakota

Financial Crime 2.0

The Suspicious Transaction Report is kindly supported by:

Acuris Risk Intelligence

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Isabella Chase
Isabella Chase
Research Analyst

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

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