Volume 3 (2019-20)

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

Volume 3 Number 3 (Spring 2020)

  • Editorial
  • Embedding ethics in organisations and their operations: a dynamic approach
    Jorge Dajani, Chief Ethics Officer and Bertrand Andre Rossert, Adviser to the Chief Ethics Officer, The World Bank Group
  • Establishing sustainable risk reporting that unlocks trust and organisational value
    Tim Humphrey, Sr. Director of Operational Risk, Best Egg
  • Protecting data in 2020 and beyond: The role of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence in neutralising the growing threat of cybercrime
    Daniel Kornitzer, Chief Business Development Officer, Paysafe
  • Using hotline data to build better board reports
    Carrie Penman, Chief Risk and Compliance Officer and Andrew Burt, Content Developer, NAVEX Global
  • Ethics in artificial intelligence and machine learning: The importance of opening the dialogue for new processes at your organisation
    Colleen Dorsey, JD, Director, Organisational Ethics & Compliance, University of St. Thomas
  • OFAC sanctions compliance: Insights from recent enforcement actions
    Ben Scott, Senior Manager, Sanctions, Financial Crime Compliance Risk Management, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • The compliance and ethics officer of the future: What skills are necessary?
    John Krenitsky, Chief Compliance Officer, SVP, Freddie Mac
  • The power of the US SEC whistleblower programme: What compliance and regulatory professionals should know
    Sean X. McKessy, Partner, Phillips & Cohen LLP
  • China’s macroprudential policies: Framework, implementations and implications
    Kerry Liu, Associate, China Studies Centre, The University of Sydney

Volume 3 Number 2 (Winter 2019)

  • Editorial
  • Financial industry compliance with big data and analytics
    Christina McGlosson, Associate Director, Division of Enforcement, US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Marco Enriquez, Applied Mathematician, Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (DERA), US Securities and Exchange Commission
  • A practical approach to culture and conduct risk management
    James Ross, Head of Regulatory Developments EMEA, Columbia Threadneedle Investments
  • Reducing the regulatory burden: How can technology revolutionise compliance processes and make complying with multiple regulations more efficient?
    Deborah Traversa, Marketing Director and Giacomo Toselli, Senior Product Manager, SIA
  • Innovation through regulation: A comprehensive regulatory framework for blockchain-based services and products
    Antonio Giannino, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer, Damiano Di Maio, Associate, Financial Regulation, Nunziante Magrone and Andrea Vianelli, Head of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Amagis Capital
  • The evolving role of compliance: How companies need to enforce their three lines of defence to protect the business
    Renata Hoes, Chief Compliance Officer, MLRO and Data Protection Officer, MFEX Luxembourg and Karin Gehlert, Financial Crime Compliance Professional
  • Building an effective US/UK sanctions compliance programme: What are the key components?
    Rita D. Mitchell, U.K. Partner, David Mortlock, Partner and Simon Osborn-King, U.K. Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
  • Are financial institutions’ counter-terrorist financing controls fit for today’s challenges?
    Richard Wall, Money Laundering Reporting Officer, Risk Control, Bank Leumi (UK)

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, Legal Team, 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, Senior Project Manager, 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