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anti-money laundering

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Banking Sector Poses Highest Money Laundering Risk, Singapore’s Central Bank Says

According to the Money Laundering Risk Assessment Report by Singapore’s central bank, the banking sector is identified as the highest money laundering risk to the country. The report also highlights risks related to digital assets and cryptocurrencies. To mitigate these risks, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has implemented stringent regulatory measures under the Payment […]

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FTX EU Launches New Website for Withdrawals as Subsidiary Starts Returning Funds to Customers

FTX’s European subsidiary, FTX Europe, has launched a new website, ftxeurope.eu, for users to withdraw funds from the now-defunct cryptocurrency platform. Withdrawal requests must be submitted through the new website and will be “subject to customary know-your-customer and anti-money-laundering checks.” FTX’s European Arm Opens Withdrawals to Customers According to a press release published on Friday,

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Coinbase Agrees to $100 Million Settlement With New York Financial Regulator for Anti-Money Laundering Violations

Coinbase has agreed to pay a $100 million settlement with the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), according to a consent order signed by the NYDFS superintendent Adrienne Harris on Jan. 4, 2023. New York’s financial regulator said compliance problems were detected and the exchange’s anti-money laundering controls were inadequate from 2020 through 2021.

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