LexisNexis® Legal & Professional and OpenCorporates the largest open database of companies in the world, are today announcing a new collaboration which adds OpenCorporates legal entity data to the Nexis® Data as a Service portfolio.
LexisNexis® —a leading provider of content and technology solutions—has entered into a content agreement with Diligencia, a respected provider of company information for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, including Iran.
Today is the 10th EU Anti-Trafficking Day which coincides with the UK’s Anti-Slavery Day. With 45.8 million people in modern slavery this day of awareness is a good moment to reflect and take action to help your business drive positive change.
The International Standards Organisation will issue a new standard that organisations and companies can use to certify their anti-bribery and corruption compliance procedures this month. By implementing required systems can an organisation avoid hefty non-compliance fines?
While money from illegal activities is a primary source of revenue for terrorist organisations, detecting and disrupting the financing of terrorist networks is complex. On 5 July 2016, the EU Commission proposed amendments to the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive that aim to improve oversight over many of the financial methods used by terrorists.
23 September 2016 - Posted by Sam Hemmant in Anti-Bribery And Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering
3rd October 2016 marks six months since the leak of 11.5 million documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, so what’s changed? Register for our free webinar to learn how to manage beneficial ownership risk when dealing with complex corporate ownership structures.
There are more than 45 million victims of modern slavery globally with a significant number falling under the guise of construction workers. A new report from LexisNexis BIS - Hidden in Plain Site – Modern Slavery in the Construction Industry - aims to engage key stakeholders to address the issue from a global perspective.
Organisations and financial institutions are under pressure to become more ethical. Fostering an environment of compliance is central to holding an organisation up to higher ethical standards, but how can business leaders ensure they are doing this? What happens when this goes wrong?
A report issued by Deloitte and the World Economic Forum, ‘Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services’ looked at the impact of implementing distributed ledger technology – the same blockchain technology underlying Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies – across nine sectors of financial services and found that it has the potential to ‘reshape financial services”.