Summary of Circumnavigating Compliance Regulatory Landscapes
Regulatory bodies are adopting a more proactive approach as the 6th AML, ASIC, and APRA plans focus on cybersecurity and cryptocurrency. The US anti-corruption strategy will exert pressure on businesses worldwide to be more responsible as the regulatory burden rises and penalties become more severe. Businesses must comply to avoid financial crimes.
Cyber-attacks are rising, and the criminal software market is flourishing fast. Most businesses work in risky environments, requiring a well-sorted combination of knowledge and skills. A solo flight will no longer make the security foolproof, and businesses should hire a contingent workforce to stay compliant while keeping their overhead costs minimal.
Recent regulatory developments have emphasised identifying UBOs. The UBO regulation will be more volatile in the UK, US, and Australia, among the countries with quite diverse populations. The UK, Australia, US, the EU, and many other countries have imposed economic sanctions on Belarus and Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
The in-house workforce is often not equipped for handling compliance matters . Modern-day compliance requires optimised data collection. The challenge to remain compliant while keeping business profitability is now greater than ever. As per a FATF digital transformation survey, over 80% of participants hailed innovative technology usage for AML/CFT matters.
The UK, US, and Australian technology firms face huge regulatory pressure, and purposefully trained contingent resources can manage compliance accurately because they are up to date on the latest regulation. Contingent resources can evaluate each employee’s competency level and take the necessary steps to ensure that employees are qualified for their positions.
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This report circumnavigates compliance regulatory landscapes of anti-money laundering laws in the UK, the US, and Australia.