The IIF has prepared a brief paper on our expectations for the incoming Biden administration’s approach to financial regulatory policy in advance of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
The IIF has provided comments on the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on AML Program Effectiveness.
The IIF Regulatory Affairs Department is pleased to share a comprehensive summary of the key regulatory and policy discussions that took place during the IIF’s 2020 Annual Membership Meeting.
With the criticality of Digital Identity underlined by the pandemic and recent economic shifts, we discuss the opportunities to support SMEs in the digital economy and promote financial inclusion, and the importance of enabling interoperability.
Building on the IIF’s previous work in this area, the paper endeavors to address the continued criticality of improving economic and financial crime risk management by facilitating the increased sharing of information on financial activity linked to crime and terrorism.
The September 2020 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on current work streams.
The IIF and the Wolfsberg Group responded to a consultation of the European Banking Authority on de-risking in financial services.
The IIF and the Wolfsberg Group responded to a FATF consultation on amendments to FATF Recommendation 1 and its Interpretative Note.
The IIF has submitted a response to a consultation of the European Commission on an Action Plan for a comprehensive Union policy on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing.
The IIF has responded to the consultation of the European Commission on the mandate for Europol.