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|... with the Anti Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Act 2006 on over 23 million occasions. AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said that AUSTRAC's decision to commence civil penalty proceedings was made following a detailed investigation into Westpac's ...|
|... and our law enforcement partners stop the movement of money to criminals and terrorists," AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said. "PayPal is an important partner in the fight against crime. However, when we suspect non-compliance AUSTRAC will take ...|
|... firm identifies and verifies its customers and its suspicious matter reporting obligations. AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said Australia's AML/CTF laws are serious and new financial services firms need to ensure they take them seriously. The regulator ...|
|... whether the regulator should be notified of suspicious (and potentially criminal) activity. AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said the ruthless nature of criminals ensured the super industry needed to keep its wits about. "Criminals are ruthless in ...|
|... that ongoing customer due diligence requirements were breached in respect of 80 customers. AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said: "As we have seen in this case, criminals will exploit poor business practices to launder the proceeds of their crimes." ...|
|... activity and report suspicious actions to AUSTRAC, or movements of cash over $10,000. AUSTRAC chief executive officer Nicole Rose said the new regulation will instill public confidence in the fledgling sector. "It's recognised that this reform will help ...|
|... identify, mitigate and manage the ML/TF risks associated with intelligent deposit machines (IDMs). AUSTRAC chief executive Nicole Rose said the additional alleged contraventions were identified after the civil penalty proceedings were instituted through ...|
A major Canadian pension fund is increasing its presence in Asia Pacific, establishing a new office focused on opportunities in Australia and New Zealand.
AMP Capital is selling off its entire stake in a European provider of clean energy solutions for an undisclosed figure.
Magellan Financial Group and Barclays have signed on as foundation investors in a new financial services firm which is launching with former Challenger chief Brian Benari as its chief executive.
The government's early release of superannuation scheme has paid out $33.3 billion since its inception, with an additional $340 million disbursed over the week to September 13 alone.
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