The winners of the inaugural ASEAN-Australia Codeathon have been announced today
More than 1,000 wealthy welfare cheats have been caught over-claiming tens of millions in Federal Government benefits during a nationwide crackdown.
The 2018 ASEAN-Australia Codeathon, which brings together experts from around the region to work on new approaches to counter terrorism financing, will get underway in Sydney on Wednesday 14 March.
Registrations are open for media representatives to attend the 2018 ASEAN-Australia Codeathon in Sydney on 14-15 March 2018
Former breakfast radio announcer, television personality, author and an ambassador for mathematics and science, Adam Spencer, headlines a top line up of talent as emcee at the ASEAN-Australia Codeathon in Sydney from 14 to 16 March.
A new fact sheet to help businesses understand and comply with their beneficial owner identification requirements is now available
AUSTRAC, Australia’s financial intelligence agency, will bring together more than 80 future leaders in technology at the inaugural ASEAN-Australia Codeathon in Sydney from 14 to 16 March 2018.
An extra $43.3 million will be injected into the fight against terrorism financing and money laundering in Australia.
A further 100 alleged contraventions against the Commonwealth Bank of Australia have been filed today by AUSTRAC, the Government’s financial intelligence and regulatory body, adding to the current civil penalty proceedings.
In support of the European Money Mule week of action, the Australian Federal Police, Australian Border Force, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission and AUSTRAC conducted intelligence-gathering and analysis activities.