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Judge Hints at Potential Disciplinary Action for Prosecutors in Sanctions Case

A federal judge indicated prosecutors could face disciplinary action for allegedly failing to turn over evidence in a case that led to the conviction of an Iranian man on money-laundering and sanctions violations charges. The comments from Judge Alison Nathan came in response to a Friday request by the top… Read More

Dethroned Azerbaijani Elites Made Big Investments in Europe

OCCRP—When Eldar Mahmudov fell out of favour with Azerbaijan’s government, he fell hard. In October 2015, the country’s national security minister was dismissed from his powerful role by a presidential order. Within days, wild stories peppered local media outlets about raids on his villa, where police discovered glass jars… Read More

St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship scheme gets a lift from coronavirus pandemic

If you have been dreaming of getting away from the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, you can — provided you have some cash in hand. For the starting sum of $150,000, you can buy your citizenship of the pristine Caribbean islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis. With their pure… Read More
20th April 2020
AP — U.N. experts have recommended blacklisting 14 vessels for violating sanctions against North Korea in a report that accuses the country of increasing illegal coal exports, imports of petroleum products and continuing with cyber attacks on financial institutions and cryptocurrency exchanges to gain illicit revenue. The 267-page report, obtained… Read More
17th March 2020
Former Pilatus Bank chair Ali Sadr has been convicted of bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, defrauding the United States and busting sanctions against Iran. He was, however, cleared of conspiracy to commit money laundering and faces a maximum of 85 years in jail. Sadr, 40, or Iran, was… Read More
9th December 2019
Former long serving Federation Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas is under investigation by Britain’s National Crime Agency  after he recently tried to leave the UK with  UK£70,000 ($92,000 US) in cash, according to the Mail on Sunday newspaper. While he was released to travel to Dubai, his money has remained… Read More
12th November 2019
The revelation last week that fugitive Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low, holds a Cypriot passport has sparked a fresh flurry of speculation over his whereabouts, as authorities attempt to track him down for alleged financial crimes linked to defunct state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad. The… Read More
30th July 2019
John Christensen called Jersey home. A native of the scenic isle off England’s southern coast, he was a government economist with a hillside villa that had views of France. “I was set,” Christensen said last month in an interview at a London cafe. “We had a pretty good lifestyle and… Read More
30th May 2018
The Council of the EU has removed the Bahamas and Saint Kitts and Nevis from its list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, following commitments to remedy EU concerns. EU experts have assessed their commitments and the jurisdictions have now been upgraded from the blacklist (annex I) to the grey list… Read More