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Regulatory Relief on the Horizon for U.S. Compliance Officers?

Those of us operating in the financial sector today have become more familiar now than perhaps ever before with the proverbial hurdles of regulatory compliance, hurdles that have continued to grow higher and higher with the passing of each and every distinct piece of domestic or international legislation we as financial professionals must [...]


Potent New Legislation Aims to Limit Banking for Human Traffickers

Earlier this year, Global RADAR reported on the seizure of, a once-thriving ad marketplace that had historically been used to promote human and drug trafficking, the sale of sex, and other illicit activity. In addition to the site’s closure, seven individuals associated with the company including its founders were indicted on 90+ [...]


Venezuela: Are New Sanctions Placing Pressure on U.S. Banks, Lawyers?

Perhaps the top international story seen last week centered on the controversial and semi-unsettling re-election of Nicolás Maduro as President of the embattled country of Venezuela. The move further clouds the direction of a nation that was once considered one of the crown-jewels of South America, but for the better part of the last decade [...]


Nuclear Deal No More: Implications on the Global Financial Sphere

               Earlier this year, Global RADAR reported on the possibility of the United States withdrawing from the “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action” (JCPOA), otherwise known as the Iran Nuclear Deal. Widely considered the signature foreign policy directive of former U.S. President Barack Obama, the agreement was made between the Islamic [...]

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