Halfway through Buhari’s term, what progress has been made in fighting corruption and other economic crimes?
SPECIAL REPORT: DISCONTINUANCE OF THE 500 EURO NOTE – GOOD NEWS FOR THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME AND TERRORISM?
On 4 May 2016, the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to discontinue the production and issuance of the EUR 500 banknote. Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol, considers whether this decision represents good news for the fight against organised crime and terrorism.
Special Report: Sovereign Wealth Funds – Will 1MDB and the Panama Papers lead to greater transparency in the government investment sector?
As scrutiny around governments’ investments increases following the 1MDB saga and the release of the Panama Papers, will SWFs, governments, or national regulators be persuaded of the need for a wide-ranging drive towards greater transparency?
Leicestershire Police have seized 26 bitcoins and other assets worth £1 million from an individual allegedly linked to an ongoing money laundering investigation. A police spokesman told KYC360 that the East Midlands Special Operations Unit had ...
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December was a busy month in Washington DC, chiefly because of the tax bill promoted by President Trump and his Republican colleagues in the Congress. Its final stages were so intensely debated as to drown ...
For the 200 police involved in the operation in a remote part of Shaanxi province, central China, it must have been one of their more memorable and unusual jobs: investigating, raiding and closing down an ...
The Paradise Papers have helped to reveal a global industry of tax avoidance packages that are offered to wealthy individuals
European Union officials have proposed removing eight jurisdictions from the blacklist of tax havens the bloc adopted in December, in
Terrorist groups are establishing complicated networks for signing up and training new members, according to a new report by the
Singapore applies the same anti-money laundering (AML) rules for traditional or fiat currency as it does for virtual currencies, Singaporean