25th March 2016
In a widening corruption probe into Venezuela’s state oil company by US authorities, Swiss regulators have agreed to provide US prosecutors with records from at least 18 banks relating to the oil firm. Read More
24th March 2016
Swiss banks have a new money-laundering worry: Venezuela. Read More
23rd March 2016
Rio de Janeiro - Brazilian engineering and construction giant Odebrecht was the target early Tuesday of a new phase of an investigation into a massive corruption scheme centered on state-controlled oil giant Petrobras. Read More
21st March 2016
A senator accused of involvement in Brazil's biggest corruption scandal said on Saturday President Dilma Rousseff and her predecessor Lula were aware of it and tried to block investigations, as a poll showed support for her impeachment rising. Read More
17th March 2016
Brazil’s former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was sworn in Thursday as President Dilma Rousseff’s chief of staff , in a controversial move that Rousseff’s critics say is an attempt to shield Lula da Silva from a corruption investigation. Read More
17th March 2016
MONTREAL - The Autorité des marchés financiers (the "AMF") today reported on its enforcement of the laws governing the Québec financial sector in 2015. Over the past year, the AMF continued to step up its detection and prevention efforts and develop new technology tools to further enhance its efficiency. Read More
15th March 2016
Panama has ignored the majority of requests for information sent by Malta’s anti-money laundering agency (FIAU) for 10 years, highlighting the difficulty of penetrating the country’s strict secrecy laws. Read More
15th March 2016
The Petrobras corruption scandal rocking Brazil could see iconic leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva end up behind bars -- and even help bring down his successor President Dilma Rousseff. Read More
11th March 2016
Bogota - Colombia dismantled an international money laundering network with the arrest of 13 suspects, including five flight attendants, prosecutors said. Read More
10th March 2016
Washington (AFP) - Two units of a Cayman Islands financial institution have pleaded guilty to helping US clients hide money as the US crackdown on tax evasion reaches beyond Switzerland, officials said Wednesday. Read More