How does Intelligence Augmentation work?

Intelligence augmentation is used less frequently than artificial intelligence in everyday lexicon; somehow it has not become one of the buzzwords that many associate with emerging technologies. However, compliance professionals should take heed.

Posted 36.01.18

Key findings from ACAMS FinCrime conference Las Vegas 2017

Arachnys attended ACAMS FinCrime conference in Las Vegas last week. 

Posted 33.01.18

The Paradise Papers: Panama's Labyrinth

 

 

The Paradise Papers is a special investigation by 94 media partners worldwide, and the ICIJ, into the leak of 13.4m files from two offshore service providers and 19 tax haven’s company registries, following last year’s Panama Papers. If the Panama Paper's unprecedented size illustrated the scale of offshoring, the Paradise Papers discloses the complexity of the structures employed. 

Posted 28.01.18

Diversified risk: Deutsche Bank challenge the industry to find the right compliance tech

Deutsche Bank’s new leadership is progressing in their attempts to overhaul compliance, and may lead cultural change for the industry.

Posted 28.02.16

The Bahamas Leaks are breaking - where to begin

     Following the Panama Papers leaks, 1.3 million documents from the commercial register in the Bahamas have been obtained by Suddeutsche Zeitung, the same newspaper which received the Panama Papers from Mossack Fonseca: the Panamanian firm have also created 15,915 entities in the Bahamas. Whilst smaller in scope, the leak still includes information on around 175,888 companies and 25,228 Officers named in the papers (the Panama Papers included 238,402). The data represents around 38 gigabytes - smaller than the Offshore Leaks too, but still sizeable compared to Luxembourg and Swiss Leaks. 

Posted 3.23.16

US Citizen takes injunction against French government over trust secrecy ...and wins

On May 10th, the French tax administration passed a law which would enable public access to the national register of trusts, on the constitutionality of the ‘Decree’. Subsequently, public access to the Trust register was suspended on 22nd July 2016 by the highest court in France, the Conseil consitutionnel. The ruling shows the tremendous uphill battle that the European Commission will face whilst proposing an interconnected registry of beneficial ownership, given that it will be up to national jurisdictions to implement these laws fairly.

Posted 40.25.16

From Safe Harbour to Privacy Shield: What has changed for data compliance?

2016 has been a fruitful year for changes to EU legislation, but this is not set to end anytime soon. Governance on the content is in a tremendous state of flux. In October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union made an unprecedented declaration to throw out Safe Harbor, as a framework for the transfer of personal data from the European Union to the U.S. As of 12th July, a new framework has been adopted: ‘Privacy Shield’.

Posted 54.15.16

How does Intelligence Augmentation work?

Intelligence augmentation is used less frequently than artificial intelligence in everyday lexicon; somehow it has not become one of the buzzwords that many associate with emerging technologies. However, compliance professionals should take heed.

Posted 36.01.18

Key findings from ACAMS FinCrime conference Las Vegas 2017

Arachnys attended ACAMS FinCrime conference in Las Vegas last week. 

Posted 33.01.18

The Paradise Papers: Panama's Labyrinth

 

 

The Paradise Papers is a special investigation by 94 media partners worldwide, and the ICIJ, into the leak of 13.4m files from two offshore service providers and 19 tax haven’s company registries, following last year’s Panama Papers. If the Panama Paper's unprecedented size illustrated the scale of offshoring, the Paradise Papers discloses the complexity of the structures employed. 

Posted 28.01.18

Diversified risk: Deutsche Bank challenge the industry to find the right compliance tech

Deutsche Bank’s new leadership is progressing in their attempts to overhaul compliance, and may lead cultural change for the industry.

Posted 28.02.16

The Bahamas Leaks are breaking - where to begin

     Following the Panama Papers leaks, 1.3 million documents from the commercial register in the Bahamas have been obtained by Suddeutsche Zeitung, the same newspaper which received the Panama Papers from Mossack Fonseca: the Panamanian firm have also created 15,915 entities in the Bahamas. Whilst smaller in scope, the leak still includes information on around 175,888 companies and 25,228 Officers named in the papers (the Panama Papers included 238,402). The data represents around 38 gigabytes - smaller than the Offshore Leaks too, but still sizeable compared to Luxembourg and Swiss Leaks. 

Posted 3.23.16

US Citizen takes injunction against French government over trust secrecy ...and wins

On May 10th, the French tax administration passed a law which would enable public access to the national register of trusts, on the constitutionality of the ‘Decree’. Subsequently, public access to the Trust register was suspended on 22nd July 2016 by the highest court in France, the Conseil consitutionnel. The ruling shows the tremendous uphill battle that the European Commission will face whilst proposing an interconnected registry of beneficial ownership, given that it will be up to national jurisdictions to implement these laws fairly.

Posted 40.25.16

From Safe Harbour to Privacy Shield: What has changed for data compliance?

2016 has been a fruitful year for changes to EU legislation, but this is not set to end anytime soon. Governance on the content is in a tremendous state of flux. In October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union made an unprecedented declaration to throw out Safe Harbor, as a framework for the transfer of personal data from the European Union to the U.S. As of 12th July, a new framework has been adopted: ‘Privacy Shield’.

Posted 54.15.16