05.24.19

Money laundering penalties made tougher in Ohio sports betting bill

A bill that would legalize sports betting in Ohio was heavily changed Thursday to prevent people from using laundered money in the games.



05.24.19

JAPAN TARGETS BITCOIN IN G20 ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING PUSH

According to media outlet Nikkei, the Japanese Financial Services Agency (FSA) is desperate for a good review from the FATF.



05.24.19

Darlene Hyde: Realtors are part of the solution to fighting money laundering

Much has been reported about money laundering in B.C. casinos, the luxury car sector and- in recent days -real estate



05.24.19

PSG president under investigation in IAAF corruption case

Paris Saint-Germain's president, Nasser al-Khelaifi, has been placed under investigation for alleged corruption as part of an inquiry into the bidding process for the 2017 and 2019 athletics World Championships.





05.23.19

Japan Targets Bitcoin Exchanges for Money Laundering as G20 Looms

Japan's financial regulators are considering enacting new rules aimed at bitcoin exchanges as it steps up anti-money laundering countermeasures.



05.23.19

Qatari Executive Is Charged With Corruption in I.A.A.F. Scandal

French prosecutors have filed preliminary charges against a prominent Qatari business executive.



05.23.19

Cleaning up corruption in Malaysia goes beyond Najib

Former PM Najib Razak has become a poster boy for corruption in Malaysia but he is only the tip of the iceberg.



05.23.19

Challenger bank N26 ordered to bolster money laundering safeguards.

The German smartphone bank backed by billionaires Peter Thiel and Li Ka-shing has been ordered to bolster safeguards against money laundering and terrorist financing



05.23.19

Apex man will plead guilty to bribery role in Russian money laundering case

An Apex man will plead guilty to bribery in a case involving accusations of money laundering and attempts to defraud the Russian government out of millions.



05.22.19

Anti-corruption officers in Scotland Yard investigated over allegations of rigging disciplinaries

The police drama Line of Duty was fiction. But this is fact. Not AC-12 but a real-life anti-corruption unit inside the largest force in the country.



05.22.19

Argentina's ex-President Kirchner faces first corruption trial

Cristina Kirchner, who recently announced a surprise vice-presidential bid, faces multiple corruption charges.



05.22.19

Spanish police investigate ex-envoy to Venezuela for money laundering: source

Spanish police raided several properties linked to a former ambassador to Venezuela on Monday and made several arrests as part of an investigation into alleged laundering of around 4 million euros ($4.47 million) from state-run oil company PDVSA, a judicial source said.



05.22.19

The disturbing question of why Canada's done so little to end money laundering: Don Pittis

We've known for years Canada had a money-laundering problem. Why haven't we fixed it?



05.22.19

Deutsche Bank failed to act on warnings of money-laundering

Anti-money laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank flagged multiple transactions by Donald J. Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner as suspicious both prior and after Trump's election as president in November 2016 but were prevented from notifying the US Treasury Department by their supervisors.



05.21.19

U.K. Lawmakers Expose Loopholes in Anti-Money Laundering Bill

U.K. lawmakers criticized proposed anti-money laundering legislation, saying the bill doesn't do enough to force foreign owners to disclose their property holdings in Britain.



05.21.19

How FIs Are Taking Anti-Money Laundering Precautions

With one of the world's biggest money laundering scandals just a few months old, it's a fitting time to look into the state of security and compliance.



05.21.19

The Unchecked Corruption of Trump's Cabinet

It would have been easy to miss the stories late last week, what with a trade war in progress, a hot war with Iran threatened, and the president accusing his critics of treason.



05.21.19

U.N. study: Corruption still a problem in reformed Afghanistan

Amid peace talks between the United States and Afghanistan leaders, the United Nations mission in the war-scarred nation said in a study Monday sustained efforts are still needed to weed out corruption there.



05.21.19

How to fight corruption-and why we should

In the oil, gas, and mining industries, the temptation to pay a bribe can be strong.



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