The latest news from CCI reg. commercial crime
The latest newsletter from International Chamber of Commerce regarding commercial crime includes the following topics:
International Maritime Bureau is warning members to be wary after detecting cases that point to a new trend in bills of lading manipulation in trade finance.
Financial Investigation Bureau has seen a number of cases of advanced fee fraud. ICC FraudNet members will meet in Italy for the first time in its 14-year history.
The European Banking Authority could soon have additional powers to regulate financial institutions to better address money laundering following proposals by the European Commission.
BRIBERY & CORRUPTION
Egypt’s efforts to crack down on corruption are being undermined.
Solicitors and law firms report 52% rise in cybercrime. Financial services firms in the United Kingdom are “too confident” about their cyber security protection. Singapore is asking financial firms to beef up their cyber resilience.
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