RESULTS FOR: Financial Crime
Recently, several financial technology (“Fintech”) organizations have applied for – and been granted – banking charter licenses. For example, in May 2019, Grasshopper was approved for a charter issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, while in July 2020, Varo Money was approved for a national bank charter.
As mentioned in an earlier post, in March, Square, Inc. (“Square”) announced that it had commenced banking operations under its independently governed subsidiary industrial bank, Square Financial Services … Read More
As published in Forbes, February 7, 2019.
Financial crimes, and the people who commit them, continue to evolve with the digital age. Traditional methods for combatting these crimes can no longer be expected to work. Innovative, technology-based solutions to fight financial crime are now almost just “table stakes.”
As with most tech innovation, implementation is the key. And when it comes to tech solutions that combat financial crime, and therefore doing what’s necessary to become compliant, implementation isn’t easy … Read More
Say goodbye to the under-regulated era of cryptocurrency. While crypto trading on the more mainstream exchanges is fueling the market, it’s also bringing greater scrutiny from regulators, as shown by the recent report by the New York State Attorney General’s office (OAG) on crypto exchange abuse, The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) announcements about upcoming crypto standards, and warnings to investors. And as guidance emerges and enforcement actions increase, crypto exchanges will, … Read More