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How Much Has Changed in AML & KYC Since Bernie Madoff Went to Prison?

In the 15 years since Bernie Madoff’s conviction for running the largest known Ponzi scheme in history, regulatory agencies have sought to tighten their oversight of the financial sector, paying special attention to anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) rules. Tracy Moore, director of thought leadership and regulatory affairs at regtech platform Fenergo, looks back at the Madoff scandal and explores the state of AML and KYC standards today.

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Too Big to Succeed? The Breakup of an American Icon Underscores Importance of Strategic Focus, Specialization & Agility

The recently completed split of GE into three independent public companies marks the end of a 100-plus-year era that saw GE become a global “everything company” under the leadership of business icon Jack Welch. Protiviti’s Jim DeLoach explores the rise and fall of GE and what lessons GE’s story holds for the leaders of today and tomorrow.

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CSRD Essentials: How New Requirements Are Set to Affect Your Business & Value Chain

Sustainability is becoming a key driver in business and consumer decisions, and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), part of the European Green Deal, is the latest continuation of this trend. The directive sets a new standard regarding non-financial reporting, demanding greater transparency on environment, social and governance (ESG) issues. Considering the complexity of today’s global markets, the effects on manufacturers will be significant.

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