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Nov

14

Remote Banking, Drive Towards Automation Exposing Elderly Clients to Fraud

FinCEN Acting Director Himamauli Das, left, speaks to moneylaundering.com editor-in-chief Kieran Beer, right, at the ACAMS Las Vegas Conference on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022, four months after the bureau reported a spike in fraud schemes against the elderly.

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Enforcement Actions

The Financial Conduct Authority imposed a £18,022,500 financial penalty on the London-based firm for activities that demonstrated a lack of integrity, including failing to take reasonable care to organize and control its affairs with respect to potential acts of bribery and corruption.
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier imposed an administrative penalty on the Luxembourg-based investment firm for anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing failures.