Post Tagged with: "AML"

The Bancorp Ain’t the Innovation Engine It Used to Be

The Bancorp Ain’t the Innovation Engine It Used to Be

by February 3, 2016 at 12:40 pm 0 comments

It is a sad truth: AML violations have cut the innovation practice at The Bancorp. The Bancorp, which released earnings yesterday, arguably has been a leading advocate for fintech over the last several years, notably providing the bank charter behind Simple. But The Bancorp is facing regulatory scrutiny for itsRead More

Who Wrote That Report for Bank Regulators? Maybe a Robot

Who Wrote That Report for Bank Regulators? Maybe a Robot

by November 24, 2015 at 9:52 am 0 comments

Robots — or more precisely, software that takes data and turns it into natural language — may be producing the next report a bank regulator reads. That’s if Narrative Science‘s latest offering takes hold. The Chicago-based software firm launched a solution for AML (anti-money laundering) processes on Nov. 10 that is currently inRead More

Ripple Labs Fined by FinCEN for Money Laundering Violations

Ripple Labs Fined by FinCEN for Money Laundering Violations

by May 5, 2015 at 5:59 pm 2 comments

Ripple Labs today earned the dubious distinction of being the first virtual currency exchange to be fined by FinCEN for failing to comply with anti-money laundering rules. This is sure to send a chill through the world of virtual currency. The San Francisco-based company, which allows for rapid inexpensive movementRead More

8 reasons Compliance keeps bankers, Fintech upstarts “up at night”

8 reasons Compliance keeps bankers, Fintech upstarts “up at night”

by October 31, 2014 at 3:50 am 1 comment

Compliance is a big ugly problem and it’s getting worse and nobody has nailed it yet. That should have entrepreneurs salivating. Investors say, “show me compliance deals”. Bankers say, “show me a solution”. Startup founders say, “we must spend our precious cash on lawyers and regulatory experts”. Nobody loves compliance. Everybody hates compliance. So it’s […]

Proposed N.Y. State Regulation Would End Bitcoin Anonymity

Proposed N.Y. State Regulation Would End Bitcoin Anonymity

by July 17, 2014 at 3:45 pm 2 comments

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) released a proposal today to regulate bitcoins and other forms of virtual currency, making New York the first state to draft up regulatory legislation for virtual currencies. The NYDFS is proposing to issue “BitLicenses,” certificates allowing holders to transact in virtual currencies in NewRead More