Politically exposed persons (PEPs) and how to define them

The concept of a “politically exposed person” (PEP) is one of the fundamentals of anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) compliance. In short, PEP can potentially be involved in corruption...

Compliance-as-a-service: the (inevitable) future of fintech

In 2023, if a business function exists, there is a solution-as-a-service for that. This delivery model isn’t limited to software: everything from sales to manufacturing, logistics to customer service can be turned into an as-a-service product.

The Good, the Bad, and the GITEX africa 2023

Unlike a regular GITEX in Dubai, GITEX Morocco wasn’t a polished event, but it was perfectly fine. We already shared our overall impressions; now it’s time for a more detailed review

Catch AI if you can (the reliability of compliance in the deepfakes era)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing everything, including our everyday lives. ChatGPT has become one of the fastest growing technologies in the market. Discover how AI is being used by fraudsters and how businesses and governments are coping with it.
How to screen for Politically Exposed Persons.jpg

How to screen for Politically Exposed Persons

Find out what a PEP list, what kinds are out there and if it’s worth relying on free PEP screening options.
Lessons from the biggest AML fines of 2020, so far..jpg

Lessons from the biggest AML fines of 2020, so far.

Regulators around the globe have imposed bigger fines for anti-money laundering failures in the first half of 2020 than they did in the whole ...