Boletin informativo

Julio de 2021 4a edición

Artículos relacionados

EU to ban cryptocurrency anonymity in anti-money laundering plan

New agency would enforce requirement for crypto providers to verify users’ identities The European Commission wants to end anonymity in cryptocurrencies and establish a new anti-money laundering agency to enforce tougher rules in a plan to crack down on the proceeds from crime. The proposals launched by financial services commissioner Maireád McGuinness aim to “improve the detection of suspicious transactions and activities, and to close loopholes used by criminals to launder illicit proceeds or finance terrorist activities through the financial system”, the

Read More »

Mexico: $300 million in spyware spending included kickbacks

Mexico’s top anti-money laundering investigator said Wednesday that officials from previous administrations from 2012 to 2018 spent about $300 million in government money to purchase spyware from the Israeli spyware firm NSO Group. The bills for programs like the Pegasus spyware appear to have included excess payments that may have

Read More »

In Sting Operation, US Arrests Major Money Launderers

Three men accused of laundering millions of dollars on behalf of transnational organized crime and drug traffickers have been arrested and charged in the U.S., the Department of Justice revealed in a statement on Wednesday. Yosef Cohen, Vague Tergalstanyan, and Igal Ben Hanan were all taken into custody in mid July and

Read More »

Patrocinado por

Matrix Logo
Black Swan Logo
i-HLS logo

i-HLS - Israeli Homeland Security

C-SOC Logo
The FinTech Aviv logo