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AML for the autodidact

I’m a big fan of surveys and reports: give me a sniff of a group of compliance types being asked for their take on AML, and I’m there with my hand in the air, begging for the results, like the … Continue reading

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Osh Ghosh begone

I have had no legal training, but on the plus side I have a high boredom threshold and I love reading – both of which are, I believe, essential for lawyers.  This means that I can generally work my way … Continue reading

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Performance negated pay

Much has been written in recent weeks about the pandemic’s impact on AML endeavours – how to conduct CDD checks on clients who cannot leave their homes, and whether to accelerate acceptance of online CDD documents (is the risk of … Continue reading

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Webinar woes

Like many of you, I am trying to ensure that I keep my skills and knowledge as current as I can.  I don’t have CPD obligations, but it’s easy to get stale or set in our ways, and there is … Continue reading

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A pandemic of efficiency?

These are very odd times: on the one hand, my daily life has slowed considerably, with elements of “Groundhog Day” about it, while on the other it is all but impossible to keep up with the fast-changing advice and requirements … Continue reading

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Taking money laundering to ‘art

“I don’t know much about art, but I know what I like.”  That (very common) attitude might be OK when you’re standing in a gallery trying to make sense of something you’ve seen, but it won’t pass muster if you’re … Continue reading

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Heading for the exit

One of my great ambitions – which I achieved for a short while in one jurisdiction – is to facilitate communication and foster understanding between the three sides of the AML triangle: regulator, law enforcement and industry.  Now, that’s a … Continue reading

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A piggy new year to everyone

Welcome back, one and all.  Well, wasn’t that an exciting festive period?  Just as I was undoing the top button on my skirt, ready to launch into the yard of Jaffa Cakes that my husband (he knows me so well) … Continue reading

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Lights, camera, action!

After my little rant about podcasts, I can report this week that conversely I am fully in favour of what I still call video clips.  In the olden days, when I used videos as part of my AML training, we … Continue reading

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Podcasting off

I am a creature of the written word: there is nothing I like better than reading, unless it’s writing.  I can spell almost anything (although I always have to think carefully about fuchsia – until I remember that it’s from … Continue reading

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