Read this blog where, fscom announces the appointment of Rick Seehra as Head of Banking. With 13 years’ experience in the financial services sector, Rick brings extensive expertise in prudential risk and compliance knowledge.
In this blog, we look at the rising importance of operational resilience to all financial services firms in Ireland and the EU, and explain the steps companies should take to satisfy the regulator’s expectations.
fscom was named ‘Best Consultancy Firm’ in the client-nominated awards, while consultant Heather O’Gorman achieved the ‘Compliance Rising Star’ award and Azariah Nukajam was named ‘Best Compliance Consultant’.
Azariah Nukajam discusses the impending deadline which will see cryptoasset firms brought within the UK financial promotions regime, what that practically means for qualifying firms and the steps they should take now to ensure they are ready by October.
Evan McGookin and Chris Vaughan from fscom’s financial crime team went behind the headlines in a recent episode of our podcast, Partners in fincrime. In this blog, we summarise their expert analysis of the Farage case and wider PEP risk in general.
In this blog, fscom’s ICT and security expert, Will Finn, takes the time to answer all your key questions in relation to REP018 – the operational and security risk assessment that all payment service providers (PSPs)…
Senior Compliance Associate, Chris Vaughan created a handbook that aims to be the go-to guide for financial crime compliance professionals of any level of seniority who are starting out in the world of cryptoassets.
Crypto firms operating in the UK, prior to 10th January 2020, are required, in compliance with the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5MLD), to register with the FCA and be compliant with the MLRs 2017, as amended.