The Anatomy of Money Laundering Risks Associated with PSPs and How to Mitigate Them
PSPs emerged during the internet boom of the late 1990s and early 2000s. Early players such as Alipay and PayPal established China and the USA as the global centres for these technologies. However, in recent years and with the huge increase in mobile technology and other growth industries such as iGaming, the PSP market has turned into a truly global industry and is showing exceptional growth in European jurisdictions such as Malta and Estonia.
Money Laundering Risks in the Australian Real Estate Industry
Australia’s real estate market is fertile ground for criminals looking for money laundering opportunities. This white paper covers several key themes such as the current government legislation regarding the real estate industry (or lack thereof), a comparison of Australia’s AML framework with five countries’ best-practice approaches, and a number of recommended strategies for addressing the deficiencies.
Case Study: LYSIS & NAPIER Transaction Monitoring
Lysis Operations Case Study. The challenge: A requirement to have an effective transaction monitoring framework, operational controls and processing to manage and monitor payments across Europe and to establish a solution which can adapt and iterate with the constantly-changing regulations and requirements.