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Friday 10 June 2022


 

This week is something  a little bit outside of the usual, but there might be some lessons here on the impact of corruption and the damage that bad actors can have on the institution and the community.

Sirens Are Coming is latest offering DIG looking at police corruption in Queensland and New South Wale, the exploitation workers and entrapm...

By Kwame Slusher



If you enjoyed Hunt & Hunt Partner Andrew Ham’s segment at the recent AML & Financial Crimes Congress 2022 on the annual compliance report, then here is one from the archives published in February of this year.
 
Stay tuned for an upcoming chat with Andrew about the nex...

By Kwame Slusher


 

The Annual GRC Conference 2022 is just 4 months away!
 
Stay tuned for more details but in the meantime, here is a refresher of what we discussed last year.



By Kwame Slusher

Friday 10 June 2022




GRCI’s Privacy Discussion Group would like to discover more about how organisations are structuring teams to look after their privacy compliance. Already in our group we have discovered a variety of approaches and would like to get a feel for how much further variation exists in the market, as well as eventually assessing and sharing ways that ...

By Kwame Slusher

 
 
Financial Crime Professional & GRC Institute Director Julian Hunn looks broadly at the risks posed by virtual currencies and virtual assets and potential risks associated with them. 
 


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FATF Guidance on Digital Currencies
 
Austrac Guidance on the Crimi...

By Kwame Slusher

Friday 3 June 2022





The updated E-Payments Code is out!
 
This week the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) published the updated e-payments code . 

The ASIC Commissioner Sean Hughes said in an official statement, “The e-Payments Code plays an important role in reinforcing consumers’ confidence and trust in making electronic payments. Th...

By Kwame Slusher


 


Misleading Charges

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is taking Australia and New Zealand  Banking Group (ANZ) for charging customers fees on incorrect account balances between May 2016 and November 2018.

ASIC Deputy Chair Sarah Court said in a public statement, “We are concerned that, over a long period of tim...

By Kwame Slusher

Friday 3 June 2022




The Australian  Financial Complaints Authority(AFCA) its 6-montly complaints data on it is data cube.

The data cube is part of the complaints handling body to present data in the useful and transparent way. 

From July to December 2021 there  have been 32, 834 complaints,  more 16 000 of those were resolved upon referral, almost 16 0ooo of...

By Kwame Slusher


 
This week we are highlighting two selections  looking at the opportunities and risks of crypto currencies to the to individuals and the wider economy.
 


By Kwame Slusher