I’ve a round-up of some stories that haven’t made the news but which give
pause for thought.
The FBI’s embarrassing plea.
The strange case of municipal bonds fraud.
Will a case relating to a Royal Will at last give transparency to Deferred
Training: a new package for compliance teams with CPD and a certification.
I have written before about the cyclical nature of fraud and, in particular online spam.
I thought I’d let you in on some of the reasoning behind how I review fraudulent e-mails and identify the trends they indicate.
Thursday, 18 June, 2020 – 07:20
Good morning, good afternoon or good evening depending on where you are. Sitting at 101 degrees East, I’m roughly in the middle of the day for half of the world and in the tail end of the previous day for the other half.
That’s an example of how we tend to think in a very localised way, even when we are acting on a much bigger stage. But there’s more….
As of 9th May 2021, this title is no longer available in paperback or e-book.
The book, updated, is now available as an e-learning course at www.financialcrimeriskandcompliancetraining.com
Published 27 October 2015
Q & A with the author
Wednesday, 26 November, 2014 – 00:00
When I began writing my new book, there was one primary focal point: big companies providing internet services profit from the crimes of others. That profit can be tracked and traced and internet companies can be made culpable in just the same way as banks, etc. who deal with criminals.