9 October 2017 KYC360 News Levels of corruption in Latin America and the Caribbean are rising despite widespread protests in
The government has agreed not to prosecute Citigroup’s Mexico-based subsidiary despite damning evidence it aided a cross-border money-laundering scheme for
The international community loses hundreds of billions of dollars every year due to trade-based money laundering, says a US report which identifies China, Russia, Mexico and India as the top four sources of illicit financial outflows.
Stefan Cassella of Asset Forfeiture Law, LLC comments on US v Rains, which evaluated the definition of ‘excessive’ forfeiture of property in
Look to your right: There’s the Pillar of Light, a towering monument shaped like a vanilla wafer cookie. A company was allegedly allowed to overcharge the equivalent of millions of dollars for steel used in its construction.
Dutch lawyers and rights activists Thursday filed a criminal complaint against Rabobank accusing the lender of complicity in money-laundering by Mexican drug cartels and urging prosecutors to investigate.
Amidst the ongoing revelations from the Paradise Papers, the lion's share of the attention has been focused on offshore advisory firm Appleby. Appleby is not the only source of the leaked financial documents in the ...
KYC360 News A new cryptocurrency platform, the London Block Exchange (LBX), has launched a payment card it says will enable British consumers to use digital currencies such as bitcoin in local stores and other areas. Using ...
KYC360 News Members of a criminal gang comprising a banker, lawyer and other professionals, have been jailed for a $107.9 million tax fraud scheme. The six men, who were given sentences totalling 45 years, devised a fake ...
Individuals seeking to form companies in the United Kingdom should be first subject to financial crime record checks in order to curb the high number of firms being set up for money laundering purposes, Shadow ...
By Emma Hughs, FT Adviser A murderer serving life for killing a financial adviser has been ordered to pay the
17 November 2017 Reporting by Oliver Hirt, Silke Koltrowitz, David Henry, REUTERS Swiss financial markets authority FINMA has found that
BBC Theresa May has been told she has two weeks to put more money on the table if the EU
17 November 2017 By Ahmad Ghaddar, Dmitry Zhdannikov Saudi Arabia’s corruption investigations are linked to a just few individuals and