Tagged: anti-corruption compliance

Correspondent Banking and Derisking Update

Financial Stability Board Publishes Action Plan to Address Decline in Correspondent Banking/Derisking Correspondent Banking Update |  July 4, 2017  | Author: Hdeel Abdelhady Ahead of the upcoming G20 meeting, the Financial Stability Board (FSB)...

Compliance, Governance, and Investment Updates

March 14, 2017 A compilation of recent and topical MassPoint publications and updates on compliance, governance, and the climate around foreign investment in the United States. Identifying UAE “Foreign Officials” for Anti-Corruption Compliance...

Identifying UAE “Foreign Officials” for Anti-Corruption Compliance Purposes

  Companies and other organizations doing business in the UAE or with enterprises owned in part by a UAE Government party at any level (e.g., the federal/union government or a government of one...

Investment Food, Agriculture, Water News & Publications

Foreign Investment in U.S. Agriculture Raising National Security, Critical Infrastructure, and Key Resources Concerns, April 2016. Money is Not Enough:Emerging Markets-Based Private and State-Owned Enterprises Need Entrepreneurial Governance to Advance Strategic Objectives (discussing the...

Politically Exposed Persons and State-Owned Enterprises: Anticorruption – AML Nexus

Recent investigations of financial institutions for “corrupt” hiring of foreign officials’ family members highlight links between anticorruption and AML compliance and enforcement. Financial institutions dealing with politically exposed persons and state-owned enterprises should leverage AML expertise to bolster anticorruption compliance.