The delay in fraud disasters
Welcome to RDC Insider Insights. This monthly series covers a multitude of modern-day financial crimes. We’ve analyzed our global datasets to understand how certain types of crimes and risks are changing over time, both globally and in regional splits, to uncover trends and provide insights. This post highlights the cybercrime…
Webinar Recording: Modern Slavery Know Your Supply Chains
Data from the 12.5+ million risk profiles contained in RDC’s Global Risk Information Database (GRID) is highlighted in this webinar presented by our Insider Insights team. In it they share: Forced Labor the patterns and trends we see in global supply chains The reputational risk of being associated with forced…
Webinar Recording: Technology, Cybercrime and Recessions: The Impact on Financial Crime
During times of economic or political uncertainty and global disruptions, financial markets become significantly more vulnerable to various types of fraud and cybercrime. While technology has presented opportunities for fraudsters, it is also critical to stopping them. Without opinion or human error, technology can use facts and behavior patterns to…
El Chapo, Frank Costello, and Al Capone: Financial Crime’s CEOs
As we see an increasing range of money laundering activities, cross-border collaboration among legal and financial institutions is imperative to capture organized criminals in order to link seemingly individual crimes that are part of a much wider network
Sanctions: Dwindling Effectiveness in the Crypto Era
Trade-driven technology makes the world increasingly interconnected meaning sanctioned countries do not operate in a vacuum. Financial Institutions must tailor their compliance programs around that fact.
The End of Marijuana Prohibition: A Joint Effort
Marijuana taboos are loosening worldwide. The breakdown of state cannabis restrictions in the US yields differing legal gray areas requiring financial institutions to use KYC risk-screening. There are many lessons to be learned as this emerging industry develops its best practices.
Technology, Cybercrime, and Recessions: An Untimely Trio
Financial institutions and other corporate entities need to be on high alert for criminal activity; timely and comprehensive customer screening is an accurate and efficient way to stay protected, especially during an economic crisis.
Tracing the COVID-19 Supply Chain: Wildlife Trafficking
FATF’s decision to make wildlife trafficking a priority for 2020 is proving to be even more imperative considering the coronavirus pandemic
Adverse Media and Elder Fraud
Elder fraud and abuse are currently trending in the media as more and more individuals above the age of 60 are exploited by scammers and abusers motivated by financial gain. Comprehensive customer screening programs can help keep these criminals out of the financial system.