Child sexual exploitation is a heinous crime that extends across borders and adversely impacts victims and communities. It is a form of child abuse where offenders and facilitators use their power, either physical, financial or emotional, over a child or young person to sexually or emotionally abuse them. Child sexual exploitation for financial gain involves a child being coerced or manipulated into engaging in forced sexual activity for financial benefit.
A detailed national assessment of Australia’s exposure to proliferation financing threats and vulnerabilities.
This guide provides indicators and behaviours to help financial service providers, particularly those engaged in trade financing, to detect and report suspicious financial activity.
International trade is an attractive avenue for criminals as it presents risks and vulnerabilities that they can exploit. Criminals engaged in trade-based money laundering use the trade of goods and services to move illicit money into and out of Australia and around the world.
An update of the criminal threat environment of the superannuation sector.
A detailed assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing risks, vulnerabilities and consequences associated with the bullion industry in Australia.
A detailed assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing risks, vulnerabilities, and consequences associated with the independent remittance dealer subsector.
A detailed assessment of the money laundering and terrorism financing risks, vulnerabilities and consequences associated with remittance network providers and their affiliates.
This guide provides financial indicators to help businesses, including digital currency exchange providers, recognise and report criminal activity through digital currencies.
Digital currencies are increasing in value and acceptance as Australians have rapidly taken up this new technology. Digital currencies and blockchain technology enable digital transactions and financial products and services in new online networks, environments and marketplaces.
This financial crime guide includes practical information and key indicators to help your business understand, identify and report suspicious activity where someone could be the target of a ransomware payment, or trying to profit from a ransomware payment.
Cybercriminals try to infect a computer or network, and then demand a ransom payment to unlock or decrypt the victim’s computer system. These attacks can disrupt businesses and critical services, and cost significant time and resources to recover from.
This regulatory quick guide provides an overview of your obligations for customers or beneficial owners who are politically exposed persons (PEPs).