04.09.19

14 people, including actress Felicity Huffman, plead guilty in college admissions scam

The Department of Justice announced the plea deals in a bribery and fraud case that captured national attention.



04.09.19

GoFundMe CEO says the company has an answer for fraud

In an exclusive interview with NBC News, GoFundMe CEO Rob Solomon said a scam in which a couple pretended to help a homeless veteran wouldn't happen today.



04.09.19

Stung by Big Fines, Big Banks Beef Up Money-Laundering Controls

When U.S. authorities shut the sex-ad site Backpage.com last year, financial-crime monitors at an HSBC Holdings Plc office in New York sprang into action.



04.09.19

Canada ignored its gigantic money laundering problem for years - and lawyers fanned the flames

Ottawa's budget earmarked about $200 million over the next five years to address Canada's massive money laundering problem.



04.09.19

Alleged Paxful Fraud Blocks Nigerian Users from Millions in Crypto Funds

In Nigeria, thousands of cryptocurrency investors and traders have reportedly lost access to millions of dollars.



04.08.19

Focus on the original culprits to clean up money laundering

On March 28, Swedbank fired its CEO, Birgitte Bonnesen, after Swedish state television reported on an internal document that detailed "major breaches of anti-money laundering obligations."



04.08.19

Deutsche Bank Needs Serious Laundering

European and U.S. banks are so interconnected, that it was only a matter of time before we would discover that of course, the recent Danske Bank money laundering has been going on in the U.S.



04.08.19

Ex-Congressman's Russian bank loses license over money laundering

A regional Russian bank owned by a former U.S. congressman had its license revoked Friday for violations that included breaking rules against money laundering.



04.08.19

Swedbank's Chairman Quits Amid Money-Laundering Scandal

A money-laundering scandal that has upended the world of Scandinavian finance ensnared another executive on Friday, when the chairman of Swedbank, one of Sweden's largest lenders, resigned amid investigations into the activities of its subsidiaries in the Baltics.



04.08.19

Vicki Gunvalson reportedly sued by 82-year-old woman for fraud

In hot water. Vicki Gunvalson is reportedly facing a lawsuit over allegations of fraud linked to her insurance company.



04.06.19

Three Former Roadrunner Executives Charged With Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission has formally charged the former chief financial officer and two of his associates at Roadrunner Transportation Systems with accounting fraud and misleading investors about the company's financial results.



04.06.19

Kenyan Leader Vows to Press on With Crackdown on Corruption

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said his government will continue a crackdown on corruption that has brought some of his most senior ministers into investigators' sights.



04.06.19

Senate bill would fix Alabama's corruption problem - by making it legal

Alabama is a state known for many things, and with the exception of Crimson Tide football, most of them are bad.



04.06.19

Guatemalan anti-corruption prosecutor fears for his life

Guatemala's lead prosecutor against impunity who helped put three former presidents and a raft of other officials behind bars said Wednesday that current President Jimmy Morales has made the country's fight against corruption a joke and he fears for his safety.



04.06.19

Colombia's Inspector General: "Corruption Is the New Cartel"

Brazil's Car Wash investigations have become synonymous with corruption busting in Latin America.



04.04.19

Instagram 'influencer's' lavish lifestyle sparks money laundering probe of customs officer father

A Colombian-born, Miami-based social media influencer's lavish lifestyle of Lamborghinis, Louis Vuitton bags and excursions to Milan and Ibiza came to a crashing halt last week when she was busted in connection with her family's purported money laundering scheme.



04.04.19

14 charged with trafficking marijuana, money laundering in Kansas

Fourteen people from the Kansas City area, California and Colorado were arraigned in federal court this week after an indictment alleged they smuggled hundreds of pounds of marijuana and laundered hundreds of thousands of dollars in drug proceeds, the U.S. Attorney's Office of the District of Kansas announced.



04.04.19

Nordic trust tarnished by money laundering scandal

Money laundering allegations involving Sweden and Denmark have shattered faith in the open Nordic business culture, prompting demands for tighter controls on the banks held responsible





04.04.19

Turf issues in fighting corruption

The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 is complicated. This could perhaps not be avoided, given that what was being attempted was a new and bold experiment to pull the anti-corruption campaign out of oblivion.



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