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Fintelekt Monthly Newsletter April 2020 released - including sanctions statistics.

Sanctions-intelligence.com is proud to be included in the latest newsletter of AML specialist Fintelekt with our Sanctions Updates – March 2019.

Fintelekt Advisory Services is a specialist in research, training and advisory on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT).
The Fintelekt newsletter is seen by more than 500 banks across Asia.

Topics of the Fintelekt newsletter as of April 9 2020 include:

  • AML Risks in the Covid-19 World
    The Covid-19 pandemic has already affected more than 200 countries and a million people impacting the global economy and businesses in unprecedented ways. This article by Arpita Bedekar, Director - Strategy and Planning, Fintelekt Advisory Services highlights emerging financial crime risks for banks.

  • Upcoming Fintelekt-ABA Webinar on 'Sanctions'
    Join participants from across Asia to gain insights on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 11.00 AM (Indian Standard Time). Discussion points include the evolution in sanctions, recent enforcement trends, implications on banks’ businesses, keeping track of frequent changes on global sanctions lists, key considerations for sanctions compliance programmes, whether a global sanctions 'ceasefire' is required under humanitarian grounds, and much more.

  • Sanctions Top-5 for the Week Ending April 3, 2020 by Nicholas Turner
    In this weekly blog by Nicholas Turner, here are five things that happened this week in the world of economic sanctions that you should know about!

  • Fintelekt-ABA Webinar on 'Managing AML Risk, Operations and Continuity During the Covid-19 Pandemic'
    Fintelekt Advisory Services and Asian Bankers Association hosted a webinar on March 26, 2020 featuring a discussion on operational issues and risks for banks arising due to the Covid-19 pandemic especially related to financial crime and AML.

  • Sanctions Updates - March 2020 [powered by sanctions-intelligence.com]
    Changing list volumes directly affect the hit processing in sanctions screening, either through additions/removals of listed parties or changes of existing entries. See the monthly sanctions analysis conducted by sanctions-intelligence.com.
     

  • Upcoming training session
    A 4-day training and certification programme for AML practitioners to stay updated with latest tools, techniques and developments in the area of anti-money laundering and combating terrorist financing. Get information on the upcoming batch on June 1-4, 2020 at Goa, India.

More Fintelekt updates can be found here: https://www.fintelekt.com/blog