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Compliance challenges are constantly evolving — financial criminals find new ways to exploit weak points and loopholes in the digital economy — and regulators develop new rules to keep up. At KYC-Chain, we’re constantly developing new tools to make meeting compliance and security challenges easier for our clients.
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As Europe’s largest economy and a major global financial powerhouse, Germany is unsurprisingly a major target for illicit financial activity.
In this installment of our Regulatory Focus Series, we take a look at Germany’s key AML regulator BaFin and the KYC compliance rules it puts in place to curb money laundering and other financial crimes in the country.
The EU recently introduced a new regulation called the Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) in order to regulate and supervise the use of cryptocurrencies and other crypto-assets. The main aim of this regulation is to provide legal certainty for businesses, investors, and consumers while promoting innovation within the digital finance sector. In this article, we take a closer look at MiCA and what it means for KYC compliance.
Each new year arrives with fresh perspectives and approaches, and this also applies in the world of KYC and AML. Looking back at how KYC compliance has evolved over the past year — and forward to how it is developing — our first blog of the year is focused on what new tools and trends we should be embracing in KYC — and what we are probably better off leaving behind.