By: Mirna Zárate Hernández, Social Partner Background to Crime Analysis In England in the early XNUMXth century, Sir Robert Peel introduced Crime Analysis by recognizing the need to store crime records and criminal information, but why store this type of records? In order to know what crimes are ... Continue reading Criminal Analysis in the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism
By: Alejandro Pedroza Rivera, specialist and collaborator in Foro Jurídico. In accordance with the provisions of the recommendations of the International Financial Action Group and in coordination with the provisions of article 17 of the Federal Law for the Prevention and Identification of Operations with Resources of Illicit Origin, we currently have an extensive catalog ... Continue reading Vulnerable Money Laundering Activities
By: Gerardo Espinoza Arias, Legal Specialist and Compliance Officer at Citelis The law has considered some activities prone to being involved in money laundering, therefore it has generated laws that seek to prevent such actions. As is known, in October 2012 the Federal Law for Prevention and Identification was published ... Continue reading Leasing as a Vulnerable Activity
Due to the impact of money laundering in the world, in relation to crimes classified as serious, the FATF member countries have generated various international instruments that have become obligations assumed by Mexico, to typify money laundering and assets as a crime. This phenomenon is explained, ... Continue reading Money laundered, laundered or of illicit origin
On the occasion of the XV anniversary of the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF), at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the Seminar: "Corruption and Money Laundering" was held on May 23, 2019.
Lack of effective self-regulation can bring serious fines and penalties on vulnerable activities.
How to prevent money laundering in Civil Associations in 8 steps
Last week, HSBC stated that it has honored its commitments under a 5-year agreement, in which the financial institution promised to strengthen its sanctions and controls against Money Laundering. The second largest bank in the world was part of the five-year agreement ... Continue reading The end of a sentence; HSBC's big lesson
Warehouse rentals in Mexico have become a business that operates legal loopholes, without supervision or official registration. For experts in the field within the business of warehouses are risks related to the concealment of illegal goods and money laundering that significantly affect the stability of the ... Continue reading Business that operates legal loopholes, warehouse rent
A few days ago, the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, enacted Law 155-17 against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing, and its respective regulations. Approved and with characteristic The incoming Law is the substitution of the today abrogated 72-02 on the Laundering of Assets from the Illicit Drug Trafficking, approved… Continue reading Enact Law against Money Laundering in the Dominican Republic