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Banks play a key role against human trafficking

Recently, there have been frequent reports of Chinese-speaking people being scammed and trafficked to Cambodia and other Southeast Asian countries, arousing public questions about Taiwan’s involvement in trafficking and related money laundering risks. Although human trafficking has been included in Taiwan’s anti-money laundering/counter...

North Korea’s cryptocurrency crime is surging

The Hermit Kingdom has become adept at stealing cryptocurrency to fund its illicit weapons programs and access much needed foreign currency North Korea is capitalizing on its hacking prowess to pilfer huge sums of cryptocurrency that is often poorly protected and easy to launder. Chainalysis, a blockchain research firm, estimates that North Korea...

New cybersecurity thinking acknowledges the limitations of human monitoring

Since the pandemic, it has become common knowledge that supply chains for physical goods are an important consideration for strategic planning. This realization is just starting to set in for software. The problem of exponentially growing attack surfaces is even more complex and intractable in the world of information. A third party can be invoke...

Financial education starts young with tangible results

Guided by the Financial Supervisory Commission, a “national A+ financial knowledge lecture train tour” has been jointly launched by municipal governments, institutions, colleges, universities, primary schools, the Bankers Association, Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF), Financial Ombudsman Institution, and Taiwan Insurance Ins...

The dark ages of social media

“The Rise of the Western World: A New Economic History,” by Economics Nobel Prize winner Douglass North, is a classic text in institutional economics, the branch of economics that describes the optimal size of the firm. In this history, North describes how an increase in the size of the most efficient military unit due to technological ...

Mega Bank offers a foreign perspective on US markets

Taiwanese firms entering the United States face a great variety of challenges. Supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic and the outbreak of Russian’s invasion of Ukraine in early 2022 have pushed up international oil prices, causing energy prices to soar, and the nation to face the highest inflation rates in 40 years. The Federal Reser...
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