05.09.19

Justice Department charges Deep Dot Web administrators with money laundering

U.S. prosecutors have formally brought charges against the alleged co-owners and administrators of Deep Dot Web, who were arrested Tuesday.



05.09.19

South Africans head to the polls amid frustrations with crime, corruption and immigration

The African National Congress has been the ruling party of post-apartheid South Africa since the election of Nelson Mandela in 1994.



05.09.19

Nordic, Baltic regulator boost anti-money laundering cooperation

Nordic and Baltic financial regulators said on Wednesday that they would establish a permanent working group to boost joint efforts to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism.



05.09.19

Ex-Danske CEO Borgen charged over money laundering case: report

Danish prosecutors have charged Thomas Borgen, former chief executive of Danske Bank, over his involvement in one of the world's biggest money laundering scandals, newspaper Borsen reported on Tuesday, citing his lawyer.



05.09.19

Report reveals 'thick of money-laundering' in B.C. luxury car market

"I'm right in the thick of money-laundering here," one new car dealer, speaking in confidence, told German's team of investigators.



05.07.19

How Attorney General Barr could change the federal culture of corruption in 60 days

I'm in my 30th year of covering national news and I've learned a hard truth about the federal government under numerous administrations. It's a culture where truth-telling is frowned upon; coverup is rewarded and encouraged.



05.07.19

Panamanian choose president amid slowing growth, corruption

Panamanians will choose Sunday between six mostly business-friendly candidates to lead this Central American trade and financial hub for the next five years in a presidential election focusing on corruption and slowing economic growth.



05.07.19

Law firms face disciplinary action in dirty money crackdown

The UK crackdown on dirty money has seen 26 law firms referred for disciplinary action after the solicitors' regulator said they had not done enough to manage the risk of their clients laundering funds.



05.07.19

B.C. crackdown on money laundering apparently taking toll on high-stake play

A major Lower Mainland casino operator is blaming new rules aimed at stopping money laundering for recent losses at high-stake tables.



05.07.19

Money Laundering through Real Estate - Transparency International Report

The real estate market has long provided an effective way for criminals to launder the proceeds of crime, confusing the audit trail and hiding the true nature of the source of the funds.



05.06.19

Corruption hot topic in South Africa's last election rallies

Campaigning for South Africa's upcoming elections reached a climax Sunday with mass rallies by the ruling party and one of its most potent challengers, ahead of national polls for president and parliament Wednesday.



05.06.19

CORRUPTION: A MAJOR CAUSE OF PALESTINIAN SUFFERING - COMMENT

For decades, to divert the attention of the media, the international community and their people, all they had to do was accuse Israel of all their ills.



05.06.19

Atlantic City drug kingpin gets 22 years for literal money laundering

An Atlantic City laundromat churned through plenty of loads from 2010 to 2014. But the business was laundering more than clothes, federal authorities said Wednesday in announcing the sentence for a man who "fed a deadly drug epidemic."



05.06.19

Supervisors ignored Russian warnings over money laundering at Danske: document

Russia's Central Bank sent warnings in 2007 and 2013 to Estonian and Danish financial supervisors over suspect transactions worth billion of dollars at the Estonian branch of Danske Bank but they were largely ignored, a confidential EU document shows.



05.06.19

Japanese banks to boost fight against money laundering

The banking industry will strengthen efforts to prevent money laundering in preparation for the planned review of industry efforts by an international organization in the autumn.



05.04.19

How the (Once) Most Corrupt Country in the World Got Clean(er)

Indonesia created an independent body to investigate and prosecute corrupt politicians. It worked-mostly.



05.04.19

Dominican National Convicted of Money Laundering

A Dominican national was convicted earlier this week by a federal jury in Boston of laundering close to $1 million in fraudulently obtained IRS refund checks using 11 different bank accounts at five different banks.



05.04.19

B.C. attorney general eyes expanding scope of special anti-money-laundering unit

$43 million in property value is linked to accused who were targets of police money-laundering investigations



05.04.19

Can mayor's resignation offer corruption-plagued Baltimore a chance to rebuild?

Baltimore has acquired a reputation for corruption, illustrated recently by Mayor Catherine Pugh, who resigned over allegations she had inappropriately taken payment in exchange for political favors.



05.04.19

Proposed Legislation Would Make Fighting Global Corruption A National Security Priority

U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Todd Young have introduced bipartisan legislation that would raise the profile of efforts to fight international corruption.



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