11 episodes

The Suspicious Transaction Report is a fortnightly podcast hosted by the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI. The podcast is formed of two sections. Firstly, there is an informative round up of the latest financial crime news discussed by the host and two guest contributors. Guests will give their perspective on why the latest news matters, pointing to long-term trends and what these could mean for different stakeholders. The second half of the podcast will deep-dive into a new piece of financial crime research. This one-to-one interview between the host and lead researcher will offer “behind-the-scenes” insights and practical advice on how to implement the latest financial crime research in the real world.

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The Suspicious Transaction Report is a fortnightly podcast hosted by the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI. The podcast is formed of two sections. Firstly, there is an informative round up of the latest financial crime news discussed by the host and two guest contributors. Guests will give their perspective on why the latest news matters, pointing to long-term trends and what these could mean for different stakeholders. The second half of the podcast will deep-dive into a new piece of financial crime research. This one-to-one interview between the host and lead researcher will offer “behind-the-scenes” insights and practical advice on how to implement the latest financial crime research in the real world.

    Episode 10: Leaks, Links and Brexit

    Episode 10: Leaks, Links and Brexit

    In this episode, host Isabella Chase is joined by guests to discuss the most recent money laundering leaks, UK-linked financial crime cases, and the impact that Brexit will have on the financial crime landscape. To discuss the latest news and headlines, Isabella is joined by Gemma Rogers from FINTRAIL and Nick Parfitt from Acuris Risk Intelligence. In the deep dive, Isabella discusses the UK’s Economic Crime Plan with CFCS Associate Fellow, Helena Wood.

    • 58 min
    Episode 09: New Year, New Challenges

    Episode 09: New Year, New Challenges

    In this episode, host Isabella Chase is joined by guests to discuss the challenges that will face financial institutions in 2020. To discuss the recent financial crime news, Isabella is joined by Trish Sullivan, the Global Co-head of Financial Crime Compliance at Standard Chartered and by Nick van Benschoten, the Principle for Economic Crime Policy at UK Finance. In the deep dive, Isabella is joined by Samantha Sheen to delve into the UK’s transposition of the EU’s Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 08: What defined financial crime in 2019?

    Episode 08: What defined financial crime in 2019?

    In the final episode of the Suspicion Transaction Report for 2019 the CFCS team come together to discuss the biggest financial crime news stories of the year. Host Isabella Chase is joined by Tom Keatinge, Helena Wood and Anton Moiseienko to dissect the policies, developments and scandals that defined the financial crime landscape in 2019 and the team look to the future to predict what will shape financial crime in 2020.

    • 57 min
    Episode 07: Missing Links

    Episode 07: Missing Links

    Isabella Chase and guests consider the missing links in various financial crime problems. Isabella is joined by Becky Marriott from Tide to analyse the latest financial crime news, including the money laundering scandal at, what’s next for OneCoin and the link between Chinese money laundering and money mules. In the deep dive, Isabella is joined by RUSI colleagues Emil Dall and Darya Dolzikova to discuss a proper approach to countering proliferation financing. 

    • 57 min
    Episode 06: What’s the Risk?

    Episode 06: What’s the Risk?

    Host Isabella Chase and guests attempt to understand the changing nature of risk in the ever-evolving financial crime landscape.

    Guests Jackie Harvey and Sam Tate discuss new supervision initiatives at FATF, SFO guidance on corporate cooperation, and concerns with trusts.

    Isabella is also joined by CFCS’s own Anton Moiseienko and Kayla Izenman to discuss the Financial Crime 2.0 research programme, specifically focusing on money-laundering risks faced by online businesses in a variety of sectors.

    • 58 min
    Episode 05: Rethinking the Problem

    Episode 05: Rethinking the Problem

    In Episode 5 of the Suspicious Transaction Report host Isabella Chase and guests critique a number of new solutions to old financial crime problems. In the news guests Livia Benisty and Alexon Bell review a new investigation on gold-based money laundering, updates on EU and US regulations and a new mechanism for sanctions relief for humanitarian agencies. In the deep dive, Isabella is joined by CFCS director Tom Keatinge to discuss his upcoming research on rethinking counter-terrorist financing.

    • 1 hr 6 min

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