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New Independent Research Study Reveals Majority of Global Financial Institutions Are Unable to Respond Effectively to Fraud and Financial Crime

BioCatch, the pioneer of behavioral biometric intelligence and a leader in digital fraud detection, today announced the findings of a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of BioCatch: “Improve Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering Operations With A Proactive And Unified Approach.” The research reveals the reality about the concern and readiness of the world’s largest banks’ ability to effectively respond to the changing fraud and financial crime landscape. This research comes on the heels of increasing media and regulatory body reports that money laundering scams are increasing at alarming rates. Continue reading


The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) of Zambia on trade-based money laundering (TBML)

April 18, 2023 /Business/ — The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) of Zambia has published a report on trade-based money laundering (TBML) in the country. The report found that TBML is a serious threat to the Zambian economy and that it is being used to finance a variety of criminal activities, including terrorism, corruption, and drug trafficking.

The report identified a number of factors that make Zambia vulnerable to TBML, including: Continue reading


Impact of the Al Jazee​​ra’s Gold Mafia Investigation in Africa and its leaders

LONDON, 13 April 2023 / — It is still too early to say what the full impact of Al Jazeera’s Gold Mafia investigation will be on Africa and its leaders. However, the investigation has already had a number of significant impacts. Continue reading