An Oregon legislative committee has passed a sweeping piece of legislation designed to rein in abusive, anonymous companies. On an
The U.S. State Department’s annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report came out this month. In the Money Laundering and Financial
Paul J. Manafort, the former Trump campaign manager facing multiple investigations for his political and financial ties to Russia, has engaged in a series of puzzling real estate deals in New York City over the past 11 years.
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has fended off corruption allegations in court claiming she was the victim of “judicial persecution” and a media “witch hunt”.
A joint venture between house builder Barratt Developments and Wall Street giant Morgan Stanley to develop a £275m residential project on the banks of the Thames is examining contracts it has awarded, as part of a wider investigation into potential corruption in London at the British company.
The president put his name to a building built by family of Ziya Mammadov, the country’s transport minister.
Anyone following the uproar in Washington over allegations of inappropriate ties to Russia within the Trump administration might be interested in Moscow’s reaction to sweeping corruption charges the country’s most recognizable Kremlin opponent has leveled against Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Earlier this month, the Fraud Section of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) published its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (Evaluation Guidance). Although issued without fanfare, the Evaluation Guidance represents the latest in a series of important communications by the Fraud Section outlining the DOJ’s expectations for effective corporate compliance programs.
What exactly is being proposed? A public register of the beneficial owners of UK property held by overseas companies and other legal entities. Beneficial owners of overseas firms involved in central Government procurement would also be ...
High profile organised crime leaders often take on a twisted celebrity—from Al Capone to Whitey Bulger to the Kray twins—and are known to all and sundry as the criminals they are. Yet for years they walk ...
In the first of a new series of audio interviews, Amos Wittenberg speaks to Viv Jones of Eversheds Sutherland solicitors about international anti-bribery regimes. Viv wrote recently for KYC360 on Kenya's latest piece of anti-bribery legislation. https://vimeo.com/213859331 Transcript (note this transcript ...
Financial crime is on the rise in Australia, with the country's senior money-laundering officials saying they've witnessed a dramatic increase in fraudulent transactions. Deputy chief executive of the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, Gavin McCairns, said the ...
Barrister & leading financial crime investigator Tom Devlin offers practical guidance on creating a watertight and cost effective compliance regime. He looks at systems, employee training and continuing professional development, and the critical but often overlooked issue of corporate ...
Dortmund bus terror arrest: German-Russian man ‘carried out bomb attack to make money then blamed Muslims’
Police have arrested a German-Russian citizen on Friday morning on suspicion of carrying out the attack on the Borussia Dortmund
Free, easy-to-use hacking tools help many young people slip into a life of cyber-crime, according to a report. The National
Guyana: Gold Board General Manager, others sent on administrative leave to facilitate money laundering probe
The General Manager of the Guyana Gold Board, Lisaveta Ramotar was Thursday sent on administrative leave to pave the way for
President Donald Trump is continuing to target a law meant to stop banks from growing “too big to fail.” The