21st March 2017
Billions of dollars were moved out of Russia in ‘Global Laundromat’ operation, with anonymously owned UK companies playing major role. Read More
20th March 2017
Progressive trade legislation must become part of Liam Fox's negotiations Read More
20th March 2017
How can banks identify white collar crime in an expected, streamlined manner without impeding legitimate transactions? Read More
20th March 2017
A newly revised Money Laundering Control Act was passed by the Legislature in January and will come into effect on June 28. Read More
20th March 2017
Australian betting operator Tabcorp has been officially ordered to pay $35 million (A$45 million) for breaching anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws. Read More
17th March 2017
The United States has blacklisted nearly all Latin American countries for money laundering in 2017. InSight Crime explores why this is the case, and discusses some of the achievements and failings of regional anti-money-laundering efforts over the past year. Read More
16th March 2017
A Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed March 23 to rule on the admissibility of a list of beneficiaries of funds in the ongoing trial of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Dele Belgore charged with money laundering. Belgore is charged alongside a former Minister of National Planning, Prof. Abubakar… Read More
16th March 2017
Britain will create a new watchdog to coordinate a currently splintered approach by professional bodies to detecting money-laundering, the finance ministry said on Wednesday. At the moment, 25 associations, most of them representing accountancy and legal firms, watch out for movements of money raised through crime, potentially allowing money-launderers to… Read More
16th March 2017
Judge finds betting giant Tab Limited and three other Tabcorp companies failed to report suspicious matters to financial intelligence unit Austrac. One of the world’s largest publicly listed gaming companies has been fined $45m for breaching money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws, in one of the biggest civil penalties handed down… Read More
15th March 2017
Two months ago, Moldova’s Deputy General Prosecutor Iurie Garaba traveled to Moscow with an invitation to attend an official function for Russia’s General Prosecutor’s Day. The visit didn’t go as planned. Garaba was stopped by border guards at Moscow’s airport and taken in for questioning. He said one guard rifled… Read More