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This podcast features the latest interview in the areas of compliance, risk management and e-learning. Topics include ESG, AML, GDPR, harassment, FCPA, anti-bribery and more. Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of online compliance training and risk management software. With over 1,000,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online compliance. VinciWorks offers a range of compliance and regulatory training courses on topic ...
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Bribery and corruption are not new issues. But they remain impressively persistent in their ability to wreak havoc and cause trouble. Companies are losing hundreds of thousands of pounds to these schemes, not to mention reputational damage and legal action. In this webinar we will look at the different types of bribery risks your company can face, …
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The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for six years. During that time, fines have totalled billions of euros, with over €1 billion in fines coming in the past 12 months. The most recent fines show that both large and small businesses are subject to regulators’ scrutiny. With fines and enforcement actions, developm…
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Neurodiversity is becoming more understood as a workplace issue. As many as 1 in 7 people in the UK are neurodivergent, meaning that organisations that fail to meet the needs of their neurodivergent staff and clients are neglecting a significant demographic. Although there are challenges associated with these differences, there are also many streng…
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Since 1 April 2023, all firms in the regulated sector have been required to carry out proliferation financing (PF) risk assessments. This applies to all regulated entities, from law firms to financial services, casinos to cryptocurrency. Regulated entities can create a new risk assessment on proliferation financing or incorporate PF risks into exis…
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The issues of gifts, hospitality and bribery are increasingly complicated – especially for companies doing business in other countries. The danger of getting caught up in a corruption scandal is damaging, expensive and could be ultimately devastating. But when is a gift considered bribery? How can corruption, or even the perception of corruption, b…
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Many organisations discuss gender equality and promoting women, particularly older and more experienced women. But what does this look like in practice? What are the practical steps to supporting older women in the workplace, and how can barriers to success be overcome? One highly effective strategy is making your organisation menopause friendly. O…
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The field of economic sanctions has been growing increasingly complicated in recent years, and the past year was a historic and transformative period for the use of financial sanctions on both the global and UK levels, with Western nations launching an unprecedented line of sanctions against Russia as a result of its invasion of Ukraine in February…
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In this episode, we explore the vast implications of the EU AI Act, the world’s first comprehensive AI regulation. With this legislation, the EU hopes to create a framework to regulate AI systems across the EU. But the Act will impact companies who do any business in the EU, and, similar to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the AI Act …
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Under UK law, a corporation can face criminal prosecution if it fails to prevent certain actions from being undertaken by its employees, associates or even contractors. In this episode, we explain what this new corporate criminal offence means, what kind of fraud is covered, and how to comply with the ‘failure to prevent’ provisions. Try our new cu…
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This episode dives into the top compliance trends to set your agenda for 2024. We’ll also delve into key compliance issues we expect to see in areas like anti-money laundering, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. We’ll review key pieces of legislation we’re tracking in the EU, US and UK. Try our customisable AI compliance training courses …
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This episode discusses the taboo subject of menopause, specifically how menopause impacts the workplace. We go into the undeniable stigma around this topic, why it is important for businesses to offer more support to their employees, and how they could go about this. Resources: Try our customisable GDPR and data protection training courses for free…
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GDPR presents not just a single compliance challenge - how to get policies and procedures right - but an ongoing plethora of overlapping priorities that must be dealt with at various levels of the business. From implementing technical measures, tracking data subject requests and putting in place incident breaches registers, there is never an ‘end’ …
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Gary and Nick from VinciWorks continue looking at the UK government's planned changes to how money laundering regulations are supervised and enforced. With four options on the table, from increased powers for OPBAS to an entirely new public sector regulator, what might these changes mean for the regulatory sector? Resources: Try our AML compliance …
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What's the latest on the UK government's planned changes to how money laundering regulations are supervised and enforced? Reform of the AML/CTF regime is coming, with the government proposing four potential changes, from increased powers for OPBAS to an entirely new, public sector regulator. What will be the impact of the regulated sector of these …
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For health and safety professionals, the challenge in today’s workplace is ensuring health and safety remains a top priority in a world of overlapping crises when many people are struggling to make ends meet. Health and safety has never been more important when an accident at work could leave people in an even worse position. In this podcast, join …
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CSRD, a new EU legislation, mandates large and listed organisations to publish reports on social and environmental risks and their impact. Join Gary Yantin, Nick Henderson-Mayo, and Naomi Grossman in this informative podcast, where they unravel CSRD’s complexities and guide you on compliance and reporting strategies. In this podcast, you’ll gain an…
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The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has announced that its biannual mandatory diversity survey will be due on 23 July 2023. All SRA-regulated law firms, regardless of size, must collect, report and publish their workforce diversity data every two years. In this podcast, VinciWorks’ Director of Best Practice, Gary Yantin, is joined by Siân Hug…
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Despite international sanctions, London-based law firm Discreet Law took on Wagner Group head Yevgeny Prigozhin as a client after he passed money laundering checks. The Russian warlord most recently led a mercenary rebellion in Russia and is now believed to be in Belarus. Resources: Try our AML compliance training: https://vinciworks.com/courses/am…
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This case involves Anatoly Legkodymov, a Russian national who was arrested for his alleged operation of a money-transmitting business that transported and transmitted $700m in illicit funds and that failed to meet US regulatory safeguards, including anti-money laundering (AML) requirements. Legkodymov is the majority shareholder of Bitzlato, a Hong…
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The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has announced that its mandatory diversity survey will be due on 23 July 2023, with reporting open from 26 June. In this episode, VinciWorks' EDI expert Nick Henderson-Mayo speaks to Compliance Office's Director and Founder Andy Donovan to give firms guidance on what needs to be reported, which firms need t…
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The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for five years. During that time, fines have totalled close to €2.8 billion, with over €1 billion in fines coming in the past 12 months. The most recent fines show that both large and small businesses are subject to regulators’ scrutiny. Recorded the day before GDPR's fifth an…
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The UK ranks second highest among money laundering hot spots worldwide, with an estimated £88 billion laundered each year. Financial institutions are responsible for catching the bad actors to prevent and stop money laundering. But unfortunately, it’s not always easy to identify who they are. In this episode, we are joined by Nick Henderson-Mayo, V…
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This case involves the mining and commodities giant Glencore, which was fined £281m for using bribes to bolster its oil profits in five African countries. The company paid cash bribes to officials in the country’s national oil and gas companies. Resources: Try our AML compliance training: https://vinciworks.com/courses/aml/ Download free AML resour…
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In this episode, we look at a case involving the US government's first-ever prosecution of a corporation for providing material support for terrorism. In this case, Lafarge and its subsidiary pled guilty to giving donations and “taxes” to ISIS and al-Nusrah Front (ANF), two of the world’s most notorious terrorist organisations, in exchange for the …
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Richard Rufus was part of both Charlton Athletic teams that earned promotion to the Premier League during the Alan Curbishley era, playing in the 1998 Football League First Division play-off final against Sunderland that Charlton won on penalties. Ten years after being inducted into Charlton's Hall of Fame in 2013, he was convicted for fraud. He wa…
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China is of growing concern to compliance professionals on a number of fronts. From sanctions on Uyghur forced labour to supply chain disruption to warnings about China’s banks, the world’s second-largest economy is both of critical importance and an increasingly critical risk. In this episode, we look at China’s role in corporate compliance, and w…
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In this episode, Nick and Naomi are back to talk about yet another big money laundering case involving a bank. This time they look at how banks can mess up their anti-money laundering systems - and get fined, royally. Specifically, Commerzbank’s London Branch being hit with a whopping £38m fine by the FCA for not having good AML controls. Resources…
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What are the big topics affecting law firms? In this special episode recorded shortly after the Law Society's Risk and Compliance conference, Gary Yantin and Nick Henderson break down the key issues of concern for the legal industry. Resources: Try our AML compliance training: https://vinciworks.com/courses/aml/ Download free AML resources: https:/…
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In a case before the High Court, the World Uyghur Congress argued that UK authorities should have launched money laundering investigations into the cotton imports brought into the UK from the Xinjiang region of China because of the high likelihood of forced labour that was present at the start of the supply chain. The court refused the claim but th…
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Many firms are still carrying out paper-based identification and verification of clients during the onboarding process. But is this the most efficient method? In this episode, we are joined by Thirdfort’s AML Services Manager Harriet Holmes, Compliance Office’s Managing Director Andy Donovan and VinciWorks’ Director of Product (Omnitrack) Ruth Mitt…
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In this episode, Nick Henderson and Naomi Grossman examine a compliance case that rocked the world of Credit Suisse, the venerated global investment bank and a crown jewel of Switzerland. It seems that Credit Suisse has been lurching from one scandal to the next, much of it due to their lack of serious anti-money laundering efforts. But this case i…
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Under UK law, a corporation can face criminal prosecution if it fails to prevent certain actions from being undertaken by its employees or contractors. The UK government have recently announced they are pushing ahead with a game-changing new regulation to expand the ‘failure to prevent’ family of offences to fraud. In this episode, Director of Lear…
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In November 2022 HMRC released the summary of responses from their consultation on the UK’s Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR). The consultation clarified that: 1. The historic lookback period will go back to 25th June 2018 (and not 29th October 2014 as originally stated). 2. Reporting will be via XML only. With UK MDR expected to come into force in …
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In a rapidly changing economy, companies are ever more reliant on a well-functioning supply chain to get things done. From outsourcing payroll to launching a new product, supply chain management has never been more crucial. Examining the risks posed by new suppliers is equally vital. A worrying incident can have a knock-on effect on your business, …
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As the year comes to a close, leading SRA consultancy service, Compliance Office, look at the latest SRA compliance developments and hot topics for law firms. Founder Andy Donovan speaks to leading regulatory solicitors Julie Norris and Iain Miller at Kingsley Napley and Ruth Mittlemann Cohen, an AML product specialist at VinciWorks. They look at: …
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All UK law firms are required to establish an independent audit function to examine, evaluate and make recommendations regarding the adequacy and effectiveness of their practice’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing policies, controls, and procedures. This can be carried out via an internal or an external auditor. In this episode,…
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Getting third-party risk management right is critical for businesses. In this episode, CoreStream's SVP of business development, Paul Cadwallader, explores how businesses can ensure effective procedures for extended enterprise management. We’ll dive into how to identify and mitigate risks through effective and efficient processes and what to consid…
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Since the UK Modern Slavery Act came into force, it is estimated that the number of people trapped in forced labour or forced marriages has actually increased, with the number now believed to have reached over 50 million. A mixture of armed conflict, climate change and the global pandemic has made modern slavery a growing challenge, despite an incr…
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ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance - helps businesses measure their impact on the world. It goes broader than profit and loss and is more detailed than corporate social responsibility. Over the past year, we have fielded hundreds of questions on ESG. From how to get started to understanding how to choose the right ESG framework for you, bus…
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In July 2021, HM Treasury launched a new AML consultation entitled ‘Amendments to the Money Laundering Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017 (MLRs)’. The planned updates, most of which are coming into force on 1 September, are required to ensure that the UK continues to meet international AML standards, whilst also clarifying h…
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Keeping money launderers out of legal services has long been a priority of the SRA. In 2021, the SRA visited an average of 7 law firms a month to check on their money laundering systems. The majority were told to make changes to the way they work. Further, in its latest threat assessment, the National Crime Agency (NCA) estimated that at least 70,0…
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Since Russia launched its invasion on Ukraine at the end of February, the west has imposed significant sanctions on Russia, Belarus, and Vladimir Putin’s oligarchs who fund his war. The rapidly evolving nature of the situation has made sanctions compliance an increasing challenge for businesses, but also one that is vital to understand and has prom…
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The team at VinciWorks took part in a mental health and wellbeing experiment inspired by mental health advocate Rob Stephenson. In this experiment, we invited people to share their daily mental health score in their Slack status and then invited half of those people to post a mental health update, if they wanted, in a special closed Slack channel. …
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After two years of social and financial pressures, and with the pandemic still prevalent in our everyday lives, not everyone is comfortable with returning to the workplace in person. Are your employees struggling with returning to the office? Are they anxious and uncomfortable? How are they doing mentally now that lockdown is over, and what impact …
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In this episode, we focus on mental health in professional services firms. While we're taking law firms as a broad example of professional services, these lessons and ideas really extend to wider professional services firms. VinciWorks' Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin supports law firms in getting compliance right, and he has been speaking wi…
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Happy fourth birthday GDPR! Since GDPR came into force four years ago, fines have reached a total of over €1.6 billion, with the majority of fines having been levied in the past 12 months. Also during that time, the UK left the EU, data protection regulation reforms were announced in the UK and the ICO appointed a new commissioner. On the fourth an…
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Welcome to our new mini-series which is going to focus on mental health and wellbeing, particularly as we transition away from an era of covid restrictions and enter into a new world of hybrid working. In this episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson goes through the basics of mental health and wellbeing from a compliance perspectiv…
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In this episode, Nick speaks to VinciWorks' CMO Yehuda Solomont to look at the trends in compliance training and what they mean. Yehuda has all the numbers and statistics at hand to give some real insight into the most popular topics, as well as other trends, such as the increased need for relevant training, how long a course should be and whether …
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In this episode, we are joined by VinciWorks' Director of Global Compliance Sandy Erez. Sandy has been breaking boundaries in the field of compliance since the 70s, when she broke the school dress code to wear trousers of all things to her elementary school graduation. She shares how she got involved in the world of compliance and tackles assumptio…
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In the final episode of our anti-bribery series, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson considers the evolution of bribery laws, and answers some of the bribery compliance questions you have been sending in. The questions Nick answers cover facilitation payments, how those who commit bribery are caught and more.…
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