05.31.19

How to Prevent Senior Fraud

THERE ARE 5 MILLION cases of elder fraud in the United States annually, resulting in $27.4 billion in losses.



05.31.19

Mexican charges against ex-Pemex chief are for money laundering: paper

The charges against former Pemex Chief Executive Emilio Lozoya, who is wanted in a major Mexican anti-corruption investigation, are for money laundering, Mexican newspaper Reforma reported on Thursday.



05.31.19

THE FALLOUT FROM RUSSIAN MONEY LAUNDERING CONTINUES TO GROW FOR EUROPEAN BANKS

On April 5, Lars Idermark resigned from his position as the chairman of Swedbank, headquartered in Sweden



05.31.19

Rep. Rob Hutton and Wauwatosa police unveil bill to combat money laundering

A new bill would make it easier to prosecute white collar crimes such as money laundering in Wisconsin.



05.31.19

Davenport insurance agent facing multiple fraud charges

A Davenport insurance agent faces multiple charges for submitting fraudulent insurance policy applications and receiving more than $5,000 in commission he was not entitled to over a three-year period, according to the Iowa Insurance Fraud Bureau.



05.29.19

Post-secondary schools to review payment policies to thwart money laundering

The fight against money laundering in the province continues, with the B.C. government now looking into how tuition is paid at post-secondary institutions.



05.29.19

Why Canada's money-laundering problem is far bigger than we think

Opinion: Our money laundering laws are a mess, which means even more of the world's dirty money will be redirected here



05.29.19

Does official's arrest mark the end of corruption in DeKalb County?

The arrest of DeKalb County Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton last week served as a reminder of a recent dark period in the county's history when numerous public officials were accused of theft, fraud and mismanagement.



05.29.19

Money laundering and the illegal wildlife trade

While it has all the hallmarks of transnational organised crime, the illegal wildlife trade continues to be viewed as being outside 'mainstream crime'.



05.29.19

The Dummy Company at the Heart of Deutsche Bank Money Laundering Probe

Leaked records involving a company at the center of a Deutsche Bank money laundering probe expose a global cadre of money makers.



05.28.19

On David Eby's trail of embedded bombshells about money laundering

To widespread applause, British Columbia's New Democratic Party-led government announced on May 15 that it will be launching a full public inquiry into the scourge of money laundering.



05.28.19

Feds freeze Miami condos tied to Argentinian drug trafficking and money laundering scheme

Feds placed sanctions on Argentinians involved and property in Brickell owned by their companies



05.28.19

Money Laundering? $17k Fee Charged on a $1k Litecoin Transaction

Crypto community members have theorized that the large fee was used as a clever way to "wash" dirty coins.



05.28.19

How Football Leaks Is Exposing Corruption in European Soccer

he first person to receive an e-mail from the whistle-blowing organization Football Leaks was Ant?nio Varela, a columnist at Record, one of Portugal's three national sports newspapers.



05.28.19

Argentina's Corrupt Federal Police: A Few Bad Apples?

The arrest of the federal police chief in Argentina's strategically located province of Santa Fe on drug trafficking charges has forced authorities to once again deny that corruption is endemic among security forces, blaming only a "few bad apples."



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.





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