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How to assess a general-purpose AI model’s reliability before it’s deployed | MIT News

Foundation models are massive deep-learning models that...

El Salvador: Rights Violations Against Children in ‘State of Emergency’

El Salvador’s state of emergency, declared in...

Vietnam: New decree on cashless payments

On 15 May 2024, the Government officially...

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Federal Court makes ruling in SkyCity case

SkyCity Adelaide Pty Ltd (SkyCity) has been ordered by the Federal Court of Australia to pay a $67 million penalty after AUSTRAC launched civil penalty...

New guidance released to help combat the use of foreign students as money mules

Today AUSTRAC released a new financial crime guide to help businesses identify and report suspicious activity related to criminal networks targeting vulnerable international students...

AUSTRAC and SkyCity agree to proposed $67 million penalty

SkyCity Adelaide Pty Ltd (SkyCity) and AUSTRAC have filed joint submissions with the Federal Court of Australia, proposing a $67 million penalty over the casino’s...

AUSTRAC issues businesses with infringement notices for failing to comply with their reporting obligations

AUSTRAC has issued eight infringement notices for reporting failures as required by the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF Act). AUSTRAC’s infringement notices were...

AUSTRAC announces its 2024 regulatory priorities

AUSTRAC has announced its regulatory priorities for the year ahead, detailing how we plan to bolster the financial system’s resilience to money laundering, terrorism...

Reporting information to OFSI – what to do

Reporting obligations apply to relevant firms (as defined in the UK regulations and referred to below). Relevant firms are required to inform OFSI as...

AUSTRAC finalises external audit of Bell Financial Group

On 16 February 2022, AUSTRAC ordered the appointment of an external auditor to three entities; Bell Potter Securities Limited, Bell Potter Capital Limited and...

Federal Court makes ruling in Crown matter

Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth (Crown) have been ordered by the Federal Court of Australia, to pay a $450 million penalty over two years...

AUSTRAC and Crown agree to proposed $450 million penalty

Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth (together Crown) and AUSTRAC have filed joint submissions with the Federal Court of Australia, proposing a $450 million penalty...

AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from PayPal

AUSTRAC has accepted an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) from PayPal Australia Pty Ltd (PayPal) to ensure its compliance with Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing...

AUSTRAC cements partnership with United Kingdom to intensify fight against financial crime

AUSTRAC has deepened ties with the United Kingdom (UK) this week, signing Memoranda of Understanding on back to back days with two British regulators,...

AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from Cash Converters

AUSTRAC has accepted an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) from Cash Converters to uplift its compliance with Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) laws. The...

Who is subject to financial sanctions in the UK?

17 July 2023 HM Treasury Notice, Russia, 17/07/2023 added 12 July 2023 HM Treasury Notice, Sudan, 12/07/2023 added. 11 July 2023 HM Treasury Notice, Syria, 11/07/2023 added 7 July 2023 HM...

AUSTRAC releases Australia’s first national proliferation financing risk assessment

Today AUSTRAC released Australia’s first national proliferation financing risk assessment aimed at strengthening domestic and international efforts to combat this serious criminal activity. Proliferation financing...

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