Volume 3 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Financial Compliance consists of four quarterly 100-page issues.

Volume 3 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2019)

  • Editorial
  • Why financial institutions need a master data strategy as a starting point for a RegTech strategy
    Murat Abur, Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer and Sarah Murphy, client onboarding, contracts management, Suade
  • Why are digital tools so pivotal in compliance?
    Søren Stenderup, Co-founder, CEO, Crowdinvest
  • Charging money laundering based upon a tax offence: No longer a bridge too far
    Ian M. Comisky, Chair of International Compliance, Fox Rothschild
  • The AnaCredit regulation is in place — a reflection on data-driven reporting: What has been achieved by the banks and regulators, and what remains to be done?
    Olivia Hauet, business owner of regulatory reporting, Nordea
  • Artificial intelligence for regulatory compliance: Are we there yet?
    Tom Butler, Professor and Leona O’Brien, senior regulatory technology researcher, Department of Business Information Systems, University College Cork
  • How distributed ledger technology could solve regulatory problems
    Tom Spouse, Founder, CEO and Ben Green, DLT solutions, Prospect 33
  • Changing financial services firms’ behaviour through a duty of care
    Iris H.-Y. Chiu, Professor of Corporate Law and Financial Regulation and Alan Brener, teaching fellow, UCL
  • Implications of the African Union Special Declaration on Illicit Financial Flows for financial services infrastructure in Africa
    Charles Goredema, Founding Director, Informed Solutions to Economic Crime in Africa