Quick Glossary: Financial Crime
As financial technology offers advancements and innovations, it also brings along new risks for financial crimes. Recognizing terms and ideas related to financial crime can help businesses enforce safeguards, identify suspicious activities and prevent financial losses caused by tech-related crimes.
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From the glossary:
POLITICALLY EXPOSED PERSON
An individual who holds a high-profile, public position in government, as well as their immediate family members and close associates. These individuals are considered to be at a higher risk of involvement in financial crimes because of their access to public funds and power over political decisions.
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