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Banks, building societies, credit unions, investment firms and insurers in the United Kingdom could in future be required to appoint “whistleblowers’ champions in their organisations under proposals ...
A small coastal tanker is hijacked by pirates in South East Asia every two weeks on average, as revealed in the Q1 2015 IMB Piracy Report.
A new report by Europol has highlighted some key driving factors that will have an impact on the criminal landscape in Europe in the coming years.
The need for specialist intelligence gathering, investigation and training to tackle counterfeiting is becoming more evident as the crime shows no sign of abating.
EU member states may soon have to maintain registers containing companies’ ultimate owners under new European rules to tackle money laundering.
Experts are warning that companies, including those in the supply chain sector, do not understand their costs and liabilities as cybercrime continues to increase.
Global financial institutions will continue to face regulatory scrutiny in 2015 when it comes to money laundering, terrorist financing, economic and trade sanctions, bribery and corruption.
A hijacked Malaysian coastal tanker has been recovered by the prompt actions of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) off the coast of Malaysia. The owners of the Malaysian tanker lost con ...
London and Kuala Lumpur, 14 January 2015 – Attacks against small tankers off South East Asia’s coasts caused a rise in global ship hijackings, up to 21 in 2014 from 12 in 2013, despite piracy at sea ...
The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has joined other maritime organisations in expressing concern over the decision to compensate convicted Somali pirates.
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