Tag Archives: Money Laundering Regulations

Getting in a state about agents

When it comes to AML, I’m an equal opportunities preacher: I’ll tell anyone what to do.  So I take my AML hectoring, sorry, training into all manner of places, from swanky banks to glitzy casinos.  But the two parts of … Continue reading

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The risk of compassion

I have just finished reading a book called “A Long Walk Home”, which is an account by Englishwoman Judith Tebbutt of her ordeal of being kidnapped by Somali pirates who killed her husband and then held her at various locations … Continue reading

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Agents of doom and disrepute

I’ve just watched a Channel 4 documentary called “From Russia with Cash”.  The premise is that two investigators go undercover as Russian PEP Boris and his ditsy girlfriend Nastya, and trip around the swankier parts of London looking at five … Continue reading

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Is AML worth the paper it’s written on?

As I’ve spent quite a bit of time recently promoting my own writing, I thought I should get down to reading someone else’s.  “The Money Laundry” by JC Sharman had a bit of a buzz around it (it was even … Continue reading

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