The Japan Financial Intelligence Center published a public statement by the Group of 7 financial Ministers and Central Bank Governors’, concerning financial crime risks in the digital sphere.
The Japan Financial Services Agency and the European Commission issued a statement following the second meeting of the EU-Japan Joint Financial Regulatory Forum, highlighting the importance of cooperation on legislative proposals related to virtual assets and other technological innovations.
U.S. prosecutors seize cryptocurrency at Brazil’s behest, Japan sees spike in STRs flagging digital money transmitters, and more, in the weekly roundup.
Norway flags deficiencies in Danske Bank’s AML program, U.K. seizes Lloyds Bank account linked to ‘Ndrangheta, and more, in the weekly roundup.
The Japanese Financial Services Authority announced the action against the Tokyo-based bank holding company for its failure to ensure sound and appropriate business operations.
Japan’s Financial Supervisory Agency stated in an administrative order against the bank that it processed investment trust sales with errors that caused losses to customers, and then responded unfairly and without explaining possible corrections.
|Compliant : 4||High :|
|Largely Compliant : 20||Substantial :|
|Partially Compliant : 14||Moderate :|
|Non-Compliant : 10||Low :|
|Not-Applicable : 1|
|Rank : 69/141|
|Score : 5.16/10|
|Rank : 20/180|
|Score : 73/100|
|Rank : 16/133|
|Score : 66/100|