European Agency for Financial Intelligence and Anti-Corruption

The European Agency for Financial Intelligence and Anti-Corruption (AFIAC) is a leading organization comprised of experts, human rights defenders, financiers, analysts, and journalists, who are committed to promoting financial transparency and combating corruption and fraud.

How to identify and avoid investment scams: tips from corporate investment expert Julia Pogasiy

In the modern world, where investments have become so accessible and diverse, it can be difficult to distinguish between legitimate and fraudulent opportunities. Unfortunately, this results in many people losing a lot of their money to scammers who promise high returns but don’t deliver on their commitments. Therefore, it is very important to know how

First green light given to the reform of EU asylum and migration management | News

With 47 votes in favour, 17 against, and 1 abstention, MEPs adopted their position on the proposed update of the EU asylum and migration management regulation. The adopted text amends criteria to determine the EU country responsible for examining an application for international protection (the so-called Dublin rules), in particular regarding the introduction of established

Round Table ‘A New Security Paradigm for Financial Institutions’

In the past year, the complexity of securing financial institutions and the need to develop a new paradigm has grown exponentially. Rapid technological change and evolving threats have challenged conventional security measures, rendering them obsolete. Furthermore, in light of growing geopolitical tensions, ensuring security has become a top priority. The financial sector is confronted with

“Youth Against Corruption” case challenge

To increase the involvement of younger generations in the fight against corruption, the OSCE Programme Office in Astana (the Office) organized this year’s “Youth Against Corruption” event on 13 March with the Public Association “Jastar Alauy”. The event focused on raising awareness and encouraging action against corruption, with a specific emphasis on the crucial role