- Letter from the Editor, September 2015
- Managing whistleblowers to benefit investigations in China
- Letter from the Editor, July 2015
- Has China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Had Any Real Impact on Commercial Bribery?
- Letter from the Editor, June 2015
- Virtual currency: a new challenge for international AML enforcement
- Letter from the Editor, May 2015
- Refining the art of corruption investigations and subsequent dismissals in China
- Letter from the Editor, April 2015
- Physical security and anti-fraud security. Strange bedfellows or a match made in heaven?
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Category Archives: 2007 – 11
The Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 2001 (FICA) has introduced several mechanisms aimed at combating money laundering activities. FICA has established a regulatory framework designed to identify the source of proceeds which are suspicious and possibly derived from illegal activities. FICA … Continue reading →
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