With traditional finance eyeing up the Web3 sector and its utilization of blockchain technology, there still remain barriers to entry in the form of compliance and how to adhere to it.
These sanctions aim to prevent money laundering, terrorism financing, and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
CEO Pawel Kuskowski is joined by Nick Andrews to talk about the UK landscape for digital assets.
We are thrilled to announce that in collaboration with Aleph Zero, Gatenox has successfully completed two pivotal technical milestones from Aleph Zero’s grant.
The list is publicly available and serves as a reference for organizations looking to engage in business transactions on a global scale.
Businesses must recognize the significance of sanctions and comply with OFAC regulations to maintain their integrity and avoid severe penalties.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions list is a comprehensive record of individuals, organizations and countries subject to specific sanctions imposed by the UNSC.
In today’s era where regulatory standards more stringent than ever, banks are entrusted with safeguarding their customers' assets and maintaining the integrity of the financial system.
To maintain a stable international business environment, governments and international organizations have implemented business sanctions as a means to discourage and penalize illegal or unethical behavior.
We segmented data on SIC codes related to financial services from UK Companies House as at 16.05.23 and found some interesting insights regarding company officers.
Pawel Kuskowski was joined by Zach Burks, CEO of Mintable to discuss the world of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), the promise, the risk and the compliance aspects.
What aspects of digital asset technology regulation should be borrowed from traditional finance regulation?
Pawel Kuskowski converses with Hadyn Jones, Managing Director at Kroll.