20th April 2016
A sweeping investigation into corruption in Brazil is targeting more infrastructure projects for this year's Olympic Games than previously made public, a federal prosecutor told Reuters, citing testimony from construction companies and executives. Read More
18th April 2016
An international fraud investigation raises vexing questions. Read More
18th April 2016
Brazil’s president may soon lose her job over charges that she manipulated official accounts. Argentina’s former leader faced public inquiry last week in a money laundering probe. And Peru’s presidential front-runner has been forced to disavow her own father, convicted of embezzling millions of dollars in the 1990s and now sitting in prison. Read More
18th April 2016
Former Guatemalan President Otto Perez, who is in jail awaiting trial on corruption allegations, has been linked to a new scandal. He has been accused of heading "a criminal network." Read More
13th April 2016
Brazilian police arrested former senator Gim Argello on Tuesday, federal prosecutors said, as part of a two-year corruption investigation that has given momentum to impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff. Read More
12th April 2016
VANCOUVER – British Columbia is attempting to crack down on money laundering at casinos with help from the province’s anti-gang police agency. Read More
11th April 2016
BUENOS AIRES Former Argentinean President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been charged on suspicion of money laundering. Read More
8th April 2016
An internal report prepared for Canada's anti-money laundering watchdog last year found that lawyers are the second most likely profession after entrepreneurs to face money laundering charges. Read More
7th April 2016
A businessman with close ties to former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez refused to testify Wednesday in a money-laundering probe being closely watched as a test of the new administration's promise to crack down on corruption. Read More
6th April 2016
The federal agency responsible for monitoring money laundering across the country said that it has fined a Canadian bank more than $1.1 million for failing to report a suspicious transaction, a hefty penalty that is designed to send a message of deterrence in the financial sector. Read More