Running a global business nowadays is becoming even more challenging due to increasing money laundering activities happening worldwide. When dealing in a multinational B2B space, even if not enforced by regulations, screening and monitoring an entity you are partnering with can be cheaper and easier.

Wherever you do business, achieving compliance means dealing with financial regulators and understanding legislation imposed at a national and international level. With so much legislative ground to cover, our guide to the world’s most important compliance regulations, and the organizations that enforce them is a good place to start.

The global landscape of the issues is diverse and financial institutions must keep pace with developing rules and regulations in order to meet their compliance obligations.

Corporate Governance, all about commitment, transparency, fairness and ethicalbusiness practices has lately become a pre-requisite for attaining growth worldwide. While a majority of stakeholders and market analysts trust the Companies following good Corporate Governance practices, many others are denied true recognition even though they have worthy potential, due to lack in governance initiatives, screening, AML and KYC. Without undermining its importance, we must realize that the concept has no boundaries.

Corporate Governance Mentor, aim to bridge gap from "your current positioning" to "your deserved positioning" by implanting effective screening and monitoring systems & practices in a Corporate Framework.

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For the two years Mark Goodman was "given the key" to Botany Bay Council's business unit, the acting manager didn't access its account management system, didn't set a budget and never saw a financial statement – in fact, a corruption inquiry was told this week that he wasn't even qualified to read one.

 Private Sector’s Role in Laying Lasting Foundation for Sustainable Development ‘Somewhat Overlooked’
In the event of Midas Touch Asia Forum August 2015, Kofi Annan the former Secretary General of United Nations urges the private sector to build partnerships with governments and work towards a sustainable economic.