Anti-money laundering tech / Singapore site manager / Philippines SEA Games

Troops Wanted: Anti Money Laundering Tech needs the right talent to win battle against criminals (Blog).  “Anti-money laundering tech is not sophisticated enough across the board to consistently fight back against determined fraudsters who are also investing in new tactics. Some are winning the battle but for the war to be won, the partnership of intelligent and high scale IT with skilled people at the helm must form quickly.”

Gareth Williams/Finextra: https://www.finextra.com/blogposting/17697/troops-wanted-anti-money-laundering-tech-needs-the-right-talent-to-win-battle-against-criminals

 

Former site manager fined S$30,000 for corruption.  Kolanji Govindan, a 47-year-old former site manager has been fined S$30,000 for taking bribes in exchange for recommending another firm to do scaffolding support works for his company.

Channel NewsAsia: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/corruption-cpib-fined-former-site-manager-11772742

 

Duterte wants SEA Games committee out of picture due to 'corruption'.  The Philippines Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said, “President Duterte said he doesn't want the foundation. He wants the government to organize the SEA Games. He said that there was a lot of corruption in the private entity, so that's why the sports leaders are bickering.”

Beatrice Go/Rappler: https://www.rappler.com/sports/specials/sea-games/235528-duterte-wants-committee-out-due-to-corruption

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