Anti-money laundering publications
Managing cross-border risk in a global economy: Understanding where you do business
Geography risk, though largely undefined for financial institutions, is a significant risk to anti-money laundering efforts. Therefore, it should be integrated into a risk-based approach for anti-money laundering compliance. Failing to manage geography risk widens the potential for money laundering and terrorist financing--as well as regulatory criticism and fines.
Anti-money laundering utility
While the economic crisis has significantly curtailed the financial markets, money-laundering schemes have persisted. Financial institutions face a conflicting mandate: As the economy forces these companies to do more with less, they must redesign their anti-money laundering (AML) model to thwart increasingly sophisticated launderers and terrorist financiers.
Maintaining your anti-money laundering compliance programs in a cost-cutting environment
As your institution comes under more pressure to contain costs and limit expenses, it may look to cut AML program budgets and staffing levels. There are meaningful steps an institution can take to address AML efficiencies, risks, and other concerns in a cost-cutting environment.
Doing more with less: Improving the anti-money laundering surveillance program
Monitoring customer activity for money laundering and terrorist financing is one of the most daunting compliance challenges for financial institutions.
Building sustainable efficiencies: Leveraging anti-money laundering investments
This viewpoint discusses how institutions can reframe AML by championing the effective transfer of knowledge through energized approaches to their people, processes and philosophies.
The role of an effective independent review of your institution's anti-money laundering (AML) program
This presentation was given at the annual financial services conference hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors on June 2-4, 2008 in Atlanta, GA.
A regulatory guide for foreign banks in the United States 2007-2008
The 2007-2008 edition of PwC's regulatory guide for foreign banks in the United States is now available. The guide is intended for foreign banks operating in the United States and highlights issues that foreign banks must navigate in doing business here to ensure they meet regulatory expectations.