Tag Archive: anti-money laundering

Crown Agents Bank addresses the issue of risk-based approaches to AML in Payments Compliance

Taking a risk-based approach to facilitating international financial flows forms a key part of complying with anti-money laundering (AML) regulation – itself essential to combating financial crime. But is maintaining such an approach becoming too costly and complex for international banks? Richard Jones, CEO of Crown Agents Bank, offers his perspectives to specialist magazine, Payments Compliance. In …

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Deutsche Bank’s Daniel Schmand, ICC Banking Chair, in The Banker on banks, the ICC and society

Daniel Schmand, Head of Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates EMEA, Deutsche Bank, and Chair of the ICC Banking Commission, writes The Banker‘s Bracken column on banks’ role in society. Schmand wants to improve the dialogue between banks, clients and regulators, and discusses everything from trade finance to geopolitical risk in this piece. To read …

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Daniel Schmand in TXF vows ICC will help banks rekindle contract with society’

Following his recent appointment as Chairman of the ICC’s Banking Commission, Daniel Schmand discusses in TXF the ways in which he plans to spend his time and energy carrying on the ICC’s work as the platform for advocating for industry change. Schmand discusses the reputational damage banks have suffered, and how re-acknowledging their key role in facilitating trade and …

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Deutsche Bank’s Daniel Schmand discusses the EU’s 4th AML Directive in Financial News

‘Hunting terrorists and crime gangs’ reads the headline for an article that takes an in-depth look at how trade finance units are enlisted to fight money laundering. Daniel Schmand, Head of Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates EMEA, Deutsche Bank spoke to Financial News about what the new regulation would mean for banks – and for intra-EU trade. To read …

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