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Our team can help you manage your financial crime risks. Our specialist areas of expertise include money laundering, sanctions, bribery & corruption and fraud as well as all aspects of trade-based financial crime. 

Mitigating the risk of financial crime means much more than simply fulfilling regulatory requirements. Companies with ineffective systems and controls in place to identify, monitor and manage financial crime risk may be subject to civil or criminal prosecution. Our team's approach to governance, risk management and compliance helps you to better assess and improve your risk and regulatory framework. We take an integrated approach, combining specialist insight and innovation across multiple disciplines including data analytics, monitoring and control processes.


Terrorists use a wide variety of methods to move money within and between organisations, including the financial sector, the physical movement of cash by couriers, and the movement of goods through the trade system. International banks are the first line of defence against money laundering, terrorism funding and an expanding array of other illicit activities. By understanding your business, the parties you have dealings with, the nature of your customer's business and the products and services they use, we can assess the potential exposure to financial crime risk and help you reduce it.


Bribery and corruption are widely viewed as significant problems and a barrier to economic and social stability in developed and emerging nations. The increase in enforcement of national and international bribery and corruption legislation means businesses must demonstrate compliance. As a result, basic risk mitigation structures have evolved into complex anti-corruption compliance programs. Find out how we can help you address the challenge of corruption from every angle.


Economic sanctions are rapidly becoming one of the major tools of international governance of the post-Cold War era. They seem more substantial than mere diplomatic protests, yet they are politically less problematic, and less costly, than military incursions. As the scope and complexity of sanctions programs increases year on year, so too does the challenge faced by the financial sector of sanctions compliance. We provide regulatory compliance services to global financial institutions.


Governments around the globe have charged all banking and financial institutions with the responsibility for driving down financial crime. The speed and ease with which money can be moved within the international financial system allow criminals to move funds efficiently and effectively, and often without detection between and within jurisdictions. We can help you to sift through thousands of transactions, match them against risk profiles and identify suspicious transactions.

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