03.04.21

UN Experts Propose Pact to Fight Tax Abuse and Financial Crime

A panel of experts from the United Nations called upon world governments to not only fight tax abuse and cross-border financial crimes, but to commit to reinvesting the billions of lost dollars into the COVID-19 crisis and international development goals for 2030.



03.04.21

North Korea is the most isolated country on the planet, but it still finds ways to steal billions of dollars

The Department of Justice said last month that North Korea has used cyberattacks to steal over $1 billion since 2015 to fund its nuclear weapons program.



03.04.21

How a US anti-corruption law boosted economic growth in rural Africa

Government corruption is hard to see, and the drag it imposes on economic development is hard to measure.



03.04.21

Signing flawed N.J. sentencing bill would condone corruption | Letters

I want to comment on the Star-Ledger editorial, "For racial justice, Murphy should hold his nose and sign sentencing bill."



03.04.21

Fraud in Times of Pandemic

he new pandemic has taken its toll on the world and certainly changed the way members of society fundamentally interact with each other.



03.03.21

A major Chinese bitcoin mining hub is shutting down its cryptocurrency operations

China's Inner Mongolia region plans to ban new cryptocurrency mining projects and shut down existing activity in a bid to cut down on energy-consumption.



03.03.21

France's Sarkozy convicted of corruption, sentenced to jail

A Paris court found French former President Nicolas Sarkozy guilty of corruption and influence peddling on Monday and sentenced him to a year in prison.



03.03.21

Guatemala begins reshaping court; corruption concerns grow

Guatemala's Congress has begun reshaping the country's highest court, selecting a new magistrate and an alternate in decisions that could have grave consequences for the battle against corruption and impunity



03.03.21

UAE Ministry of Economy extends anti-money laundering compliance date for four business categories

Property brokers, gem wholesalers have until March 31 to be in full compliance



03.03.21

Romania's former tourism minister sentenced for corruption and money-laundering

An ex-government minister and the daughter of former Romanian President Traian Basescu have been convicted of corruption.



03.02.21

'Vancouver Model' money laundering connects B.C., Las Vegas and Macau casinos, inquiry hears

B.C.'s inquiry into money laundering has heard stunning evidence about connections between B.C. government casinos, casinos in Macau and Las Vegas, and international drug traffickers and loan sharks moving money between Vancouver, Latin America and Asia via Chinese underground banks.



03.02.21

Geek Group leaders charged with illegal Bitcoin trade, money laundering

The president and a board member of the now-closed Geek Group, as well as a consultant, have been indicted in a federal money laundering case for allegedly illegally buying and selling Bitcoin.



03.02.21

UPDATE 2-Britain's financial watchdog must act faster in fraud cases, says boss

Britain's financial watchdog must act faster on scams, its chair said on Monday as he announced that senior officials face pay cuts and no bonuses following criticism of the regulator's role in the collapse of London Capital & Finance (LCF) investment fund.



03.02.21

Crypto Crime Siphoned off Nearly $10.5B in 2020: Research

Blockchain analytics company Coinfirm noted that scams and fraud account for two thirds of the funds misappropriated.



03.02.21

Financial Regulations and Compliance: What Changes to Expect in 2021

2020 was a rough year for the financial services industry. Between the Covid-19 pandemic and the FinCEN files leak, several shortcomings within the sector were exposed, while global regulators continued to slap Financial Institutions around the world with hefty fines.



03.01.21

UAE launches training programmes to fight illicit finance

The UAE Higher Committee Overseeing the National Strategy on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) has launched two programmes to train and certify professionals on global compliance standards and procedures to fight illicit finance.



03.01.21

FINANCIAL CRIME AND FRAUD IN THE AGE OF CYBERSECURITY

With people, governments, and organizations taking their businesses and operations online and making large digital transactions all around the world, it's needless to say that opportunists and hackers are not shy of trying to make a quick buck off of people's vulnerability and lack of knowledge.



03.01.21

Police and UK banks stopped ?45m of fraud in 2020

UK bank branch workers along with the police have stopped ?45m ($62.6m) in fraud in 2020 through the Banking Protocol scheme.



03.01.21

We Asked Successful Investors: Will You Be Adding Bitcoin to Your Portfolio?

There's a recent mania taking over the investing world, and it's called cryptocurrency. Since the domain name Bitcoin.com was registered in 2008, the world has seen Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) rise and fall, hitting just under $50,000 per token on Feb. 15, 2021.



03.01.21

Morocco Accused Of Pervasive Money Laundering, Placed On 'Grey List'

The designation places Morocco alongside Yemen and Syria and could impact its ability to attract foreign investment in the future



Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Not readable? Change text.

Start typing and press Enter to search