23rd August 2016
A Dubai-based investment group is suing the Middle Eastern arm of Deloitte and Touche after the accounting firm failed to flag up money laundering at a now-defunct Lebanese bank. Lebanese Canadian Bank paid over $100 million, or £76 million, in 2011 to settle claims brought by US authorities that it… Read More
23rd August 2016
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Monday it has ordered Wells Fargo to pay a $3.6 million civil penalty for illegal servicing practices involving student loans. Read More
23rd August 2016
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that the essence of the whistleblower law is to eliminate corruption and corrupt practices in the public affairs and the governance related issues strengthening the check and balance mechanism in all spheres of public dealings including the judicial utilization of hard earned… Read More
23rd August 2016
The newly-elected Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has declared corruption enemy number one. He was elected mayor after the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and smaller parties supported his nomination at the Johannesburg Metro’s inaugural meeting on Monday. The Democratic Alliance (DA)’s Kevin Wax was elected chief whip while the party’s Vasco… Read More
23rd August 2016
He had been arrested in Namibia in September 2006 after a global manhunt, but fought extradition. Read More
23rd August 2016
William Yan holds New Zealand citizenship and denies any wrongdoing. Although he was never charged in New Zealand with money-laundering, China still considers him one of the country’s most-wanted suspects Read More
22nd August 2016
China is investigating the vice mayor of the city of Tianjin, the anti-graft watchdog agency said on Monday, the latest senior official to be implicated in a crackdown on corruption. Yin Hailin, 56, a long-time city planning official who became deputy mayor in 2012, is being investigated for “serious violations… Read More
22nd August 2016
A Nairobi Court has freed businessman Ben Gethi, Josephine Kabura and eight others on bail after denying Sh791 million NYS money laundering charges. Read More
22nd August 2016
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Justice Department are investigating possible U.S. links to an alleged corruption scheme involving deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, CNN reported, citing sources from those agencies. Among those under investigation by U.S. authorities are Paul Manafort, a political consultant who recently resigned as… Read More
22nd August 2016
Avakov suspected of arranging the purchase of backpacks for the army from a company connected to his son Read More