17th August 2016
The government believe a more stringent application process will help prevent people entering the country as evangelicals in order to carry out illegal activities. Read More
16th August 2016
Transparency International is concerned that Ukraine has introduced a new e-declaration system to fight corruption but without the necessary security certification, which means it cannot formally be used to prosecute public officials who falsely report their assets and interests. Read More
16th August 2016
Campaign chairman dismisses Ukrainian cash payments report as ‘nonsensical’ Read More
16th August 2016
OKCoin China has been ordered by a provincial court to pay a fine of 626,569 yuan as damages in a money laundering case Read More
16th August 2016
According to Transparency International, Lands ministry is one of the most corrupt institutions in the region. Read More
16th August 2016
The Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan called on Monday for a new structure to oversee state-owned lenders, saying too many regulators had overlapping jurisdictions. Rajan listed a number of institutions that oversee banks, including parliament, the recently created Banks Board Bureau to improve governance at state-owned lenders and… Read More
16th August 2016
Short Hills-based Investors Bancorp Inc., New Jersey's largest state-chartered bank, has entered into an informal agreement with state and federal banking regulators to strengthen its anti-money- laundering practices, the company said in a filing with a securities regulator. The accord might complicate Investors Bancorp's planned purchase of The Bank of Princeton. Read More
16th August 2016
Peters was declared wanted for his alleged role in the $115 million bribe given to officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission by a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, during the build-up to the 2015 election Read More
15th August 2016
The Deputy Chief of the department of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) faces corruption charges, after officers of Ukraine's Security Service (SBU) discovered she has received income from working for another organization, in violation of Ukrainian law, according to the SBU press service. Read More
15th August 2016
Moody’s says the move by the South African Reserve Bank to fine five banks R35 million for not complying with the law is credit positive for SA’s rating status. SA is currently rated two notes above junk by Moody’s and one notch above non investment grade by S&P and Fitch. Read More