13th March 2017
Royal Dutch Shell has bought only three cargoes of Iranian oil since sanctions were eased a year ago, a small fraction of what it used to buy and an indication of the legal difficulties and high prices that still hamper the trade. The Anglo-Dutch firm did not give a reason… Read More
8th March 2017
Chinese telecom giant ZTE has been fined $1.1bn and will plead guilty to charges that it violated US rules by shipping US-made equipment to Iran and North Korea. Read More
8th March 2017
The overwhelming interest in PwC’s Forensics Summit held in Bangkok yesterday shows how seriously Thailand’s top companies are treating the threat of corruption and other financial crimes, said Vorapong Sutanont, PwC Consulting (Thailand) Forensics partner. Read More
16th February 2017
The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO), which specialises in investigation of white collar crimes, has summoned former IDBI chairman GP Gupta and six ex-independent directors of Winsome —the diamantaire which, along with group company Forever, has been categorised by banks as India’s second-largest wilful defaulter after Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher AirlinesBSE… Read More
13th February 2017
Company says it 'processed and delivered orders of consumer products for certain individuals and entities' on a banned list. Read More
9th February 2017
North Korea is increasing the scale and refinement of the tactics it uses to evade international sanctions, particularly in the lucrative trade in military technology, according to a summary of a U.N. experts’ report obtained by Kyodo News. Read More
27th January 2017
Hong Kong's securities regulator said brokers in the city had suffered cyber attacks and warned of possible further incidents across the industry. Read More
26th January 2017
Congressional Republicans are set to overturn a slew of Obama-era regulations next week, including a controversial anti-bribery rule aimed at U.S. resource companies such as Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) and Chevron Corp (CVX.N), according to a top lawmaker. Read More
19th January 2017
Amid the self-evaluation and manager assessments of the annual performance review season, many compliance professionals consider or ask the question: "am I in a good place, being fairly compensated, or better off elsewhere?" Read More
KYC360's Tom Devlin interviews Jennifer Haslett, who has been working on international engagement on tax policy for the UK's Treasury and tax collection authority since 2011. Read More