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Money Laundering

Macau Introduces ATM Facial Recognition to Deter Chinese Money Laundering

Macau Introduces ATM Facial Recognition to Deter Chinese Money Laundering
ByDaniela Wei @DanielaWei0523More stories by Daniela Wei UnionPay cash withdrawals require ID, face recognition check New rules affect UnionPay cards issued by banks in China Macau’s government is requiring facial...

RBS reports first quarterly profit since 2015 as it tries to turn corner

RBS reports first quarterly profit since 2015 as it tries to turn corner
By Jill Treanor Taxpayer-owned bank beats forecast with £259m profit, boosted by declining costs for pre-crisis scandals  Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its first quarterly profit since 2015, as its management hopes it has started ...

Embarrassment for AIB as bank fined €2.3m for breach of money laundering rules

Embarrassment for AIB as bank fined €2.3m for breach of money laundering rules
By Charlie Weston   State-owned AIB has been hit with a massive Central Bank fine for failing to check if it was being used for money laundering and tax evasion. The bank has to cough up €2.275m to the Central Bank for breaches of ...

‘Trust accounts linked to money-laundering activities’

‘Trust accounts linked to money-laundering activities’
BY VENERANDA LANGA FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has disclosed that several trust accounts were being investigated by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s (RBZ) financial intelligence unit, amid suspicion that they were involved in money-laundering activities....

Hong Kong regulator fines Coutts for breaching anti-money laundering rules

Hong Kong regulator fines Coutts for breaching anti-money laundering rules
Business News  The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) said on Tuesday it had ordered the local branch of private bank Coutts & Co Ltd to pay a fine of HK$7 million (724,295 pounds) for breaching anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist rules. HKMA ...

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