13th February 2017
An investigation into a construction firm sparks allegations of bribes from Panama to Peru. Read More
13th February 2017
Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong has been questioned for a second time as a suspect in South Korea's biggest political corruption scandal. Read More
13th February 2017
Prosecutors in Panama have arrested the partners of a law firm involved in last year's Panama Papers scandal in which thousands of documents related to offshore accounts were leaked. Read More
10th February 2017
Laura Codruta Kovesi has caused divisions in Romania. Read More
10th February 2017
New Zealand’s market regulatory, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) looks to be toughening up on firms and reporting entities (REs) which are required to provide the regulator with independently produced AML/CFT audit reports. Read More
9th February 2017
In Soma Oil & Gas Ltd (“Soma”) v The Director of the Serious Fraud Office [2016] EWHC 2471 (Admin), the High Court dismissed Soma's application for a mandatory order that the SFO bring an ongoing investigation to an end. The decision highlights the difficulties for companies and their directors and officers in seeking to challenge or fast-track regulatory investigations. Read More
9th February 2017
PayPal Holdings Inc. PYPL, +2.15% shares declined in the extended session Wednesday after the payment-services company said it received a subpoena from the Department of Justice over a money-laundering probe. Read More
8th February 2017
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has successfully led a prosecution against four individuals who have been found guilty of conspiracy to make corrupt payments and conspiracy to commit fraud against lenders Barclays and KBC Lease. Read More
7th February 2017
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office petitioned a London judge to force Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. to hand over documents the company says are subject to legal privilege, in the latest chapter of a long-running criminal probe. Read More
6th February 2017
Credit guarantees worth hundreds of millions of pounds given to Rolls-Royce by the government to help it win export deals are being investigated to see whether the engineering giant obtained them fraudulently. Read More