The governments of Turkey, Afghanistan, and Iran issued a joint statement summarizing the outcome of the countries’ June 20, 2021 Trilateral Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs.
The U.S. Inspector General released a report that concluded that though Afghanistan is in the process of implementing anti-corruption reforms, various problems still need to be addressed and “questions” about the government’s lasting commitment to anti-corruption reforms remain.
Financial Crime Matters: Afghanistan’s Humanitarian Crisis
In this episode of Financial Crime Matters, Kieran Beer of ACAMS moneylaundering.com discusses the severity of the economic and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan with John Sifton and Patti Gossman, both of Human Rights Watch.
Weekly Roundup: USAA Hit with $140 Million Fine, OCC Claims Power to Waive SAR Requirements, and More
Ten global FIUs team up against Russian sanctions evasion, Binance accused of processing ruble-denominated transfers, and more, in the weekly roundup.
Weekly Roundup: Deutsche Bank Bends to Pressure to Leave Russia, Britain Blacklists Soccer Club Owner, and More
Weekly Roundup: White House Outlines Plan to Distribute Afghan Reserves, German Court Calls FIU-Linked Raids Illegal, and More
Acts, Action Plans and Penalties: AML in 2021
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