Jake Plenderleith is a writer and editor. He graduated with first-class honours in English literature from Staffordshire University in 2013. He was awarded an MA in Antiquity: Classics and Ancient History from the University of Birmingham in 2018. He is Editorial Manager for ICA.
Roman Vignettes began as a collection of essays on Rome, its history, art and architecture. It has since evolved to encompass other interests.
Commerzbank fine demonstrates danger of AML lapses
Is human trafficking financial services’ blind spot?
Twitter cyber-attack should be wake-up call for firms
The future of anti-corruption in Trump’s America
Understanding the why in CDD
Managing emerging trade-based money laundering risks
Coronavirus fallout: Four ways to manage risk
ICA Insight (compilation of articles)
International Business Times, Sydney
Refugee crisis: EU-Turkey deal ‘illegal’ according to UN
US Presidential election 2016 odds: Donald Trump steps closer to White House as billionaire attack ads dropped
Brussels bombings: Belgian intelligence under fire as report says security services knew airport, subway attacks were coming
Islamists seek to assert foothold in Bangladesh following murder of secularist blogger