Briefing Papers

The Payments Canada Summit 2017

Securefact is proud to be a silver sponsor at The Payments Canada Summit 2017 taking place this Tuesday through to Friday in Toronto. Come visit us in booth #34 and discuss the five ways you can turn compliance obligations into your competitive advantage. 5 Ways to...

Enhancing AML Compliance Regimes in MSB Sectors Webinar

There has been a lot of debate in the media on the extent of the money service business (MSB) sectors' adaptation and adherence to creating a solid compliance regime with respect to AML/CTF regulations. Many banks have decided to end long-term relationships with the...

Regulatory News and Alerts Digest March 2017

A 60 day snapshot of news related to financial regulation and compliance both domestic and abroad. CANADA FINTRAC provides Amendments to regulations under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA). This guidance provides...

Securefact RegTech and Compliance Round Up for Feb 2017

Securefact Round Ups are published once a month and feature summaries and opinions from our in-house experts on select handpicked articles that caught their eyes in the areas of Fintech, RegTech, Compliance, Know Your Customer, Secured Lending, AML, and Fraud....

Securefact RegTech and Compliance Round Up for Jan 2017

Securefact Round Ups are published once a month and feature summaries and opinions from our in-house experts on select handpicked articles that caught their eyes in the areas of Fintech, RegTech, Compliance, Know Your Customer, Secured Lending, AML, and Fraud. Are...

Webinar Wrap Up: Enhancing AML Compliance Regimes in MSB Sectors

Securefact and Sentinence held an ACAMS webinar in November 2016 entitled: Enhancing AML Compliance Regimes in Money Services Business (MSB) Sectors. Based on the current climate and daily news reports of compliance being at the forefront of banks and regulators...

Canadian Real Estate Industry on FINTRAC Watch List

In April 2016, FINTRAC fined a Canadian bank $1.1-million for failing to report a suspicious transaction. The fine was called an “administrative monitoring penalty” and was the first for a Canadian bank. Is the real estate industry next? Before we explore that...

 

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