New Resources: Companies House (England) and FFIEC.GOV

  • Companies House

    Companies House is essentially the Secretary of State for the United Kingdom. Anyone operating a business in the UK needs to be registered. Annual reports are available, along with officer’s information and specific contact details. Officers’ home addresses and detailed information are inserted in these reports, making it a great resource for investigating business connections.

    The website of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) is a warehouse of economic requirements, such as the Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) information. Covering U.S. agencies, this site serves as a repository of compliance laws and requirements. The BSA/AML InfoBase quickly produced the FINCEN requirements for Enhanced Due Diligence, now required of financial services clients in 2017. FINCEN’s site was a quagmire of notices and updates from 2011. You might appreciate the great organization of data that the FFIEC put into organizing its collection of data.

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