Impact of COVID-19 on AML/CTF Regime

Authored by Diphat Tembo-CAMS, Director-Compliance and Prevention Department of the Financial Intelligence Centre-Zambia and Kunda Kalaba-CAMs, CFE, Managing Partner KEMMAN Consultancy. The Coronavirus-COVID-19 has infected more than 57,228,106 individuals globally, and killed over 1,365,461 people, since being identified in China at the end of 2019, spurring governments across the World introducing measures such as socialContinue reading “Impact of COVID-19 on AML/CTF Regime”

Simmering with Rage has a financial cost

We have heard of Road Rages. What with morning rush hour traffic Jams, Domestic Violence, Spouse Battery or Streets fights by Political Cadres all point to someone being very angry. Question is when you personally get angry do you simmer slowly or do you jump right to the point of boiling over, pull out theContinue reading “Simmering with Rage has a financial cost”

Henry Kapoko’s conviction upheld

In 2009 Henry Kapoko and four others were arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission. 11 years later in 2020, the man – KAPOKO is still appearing in Courts of Law. There are hard Lessons to be Learnt and some friendly warning to others. Cases may take long (Imilandu kuti shilakokola) in Zambia to be disposed offContinue reading “Henry Kapoko’s conviction upheld”

Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Zambia

From 2010 to 2020, the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Act in Zambia has gone through several legal surgeries or amendments. There is a proposed (Amendment) Bill, 2020 [N.A.B. 11, 2020] dated 7th of October, 2020 which is currently at first reading before the Zambian Parliament. The Bill seeks to amend the Financial Intelligence Centre Act,Continue reading “Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Zambia”