29th March 2016
WENZHOU, China (AP) -- The email seemed unremarkable: a routine request by Mattel Inc.'s chief executive for a new vendor payment to China. Read More
29th March 2016
One reason for China's rise as a money-laundering hub is that years of grinding enforcement have made traditional havens for hiding money less appealing. Read More
29th March 2016
ASHDOD, Israel (AP) — Gilbert Chikli was rolling in money, stolen from some of the world's biggest corporations. His targets: Accenture. Disney. American Express. In less than two years, he made off with at least 6.1 million euros from France alone. Read More
26th March 2016
Chinese authorities plan to set up a technical support system to tackle money laundering and financing for terrorism amid the rise of internet finance, a top central bank official said yesterday, emphasising that both conventional and online financial activities should be subjected to the same regulatory standard. Read More
18th March 2016
Bank of China considering its options in Italy money laundering case. Read More
11th March 2016
A top anti-corruption official overseeing Beijing’s international manhunt for fugitive Chinese officials and executives called for more cooperation with Hong Kong authorities on Friday. Read More
1st March 2016
Legislation to combat money laundering should be updated and improved quickly in view of increased cybercrimes, and to protect national security, judicial and financial experts said on Sunday. Read More
29th February 2016
HONG KONG: Macau's anti-corruption agency has begun an investigation into a former senior figure in the public prosecutions office, an official and lawmakers said on Sunday, the most high-profile graft case in the world's largest gambling hub in a decade. Read More
29th February 2016
More needs to be done to combat “loopholes and deficiencies” in the world financial system as part of the fight against terrorism, finance ministers from the G20 group of leading economies said Saturday. Read More
26th February 2016
The European Commission will insist on prioritizing efforts to cut off terrorism financing in a final communique of the Group of 20 (G20) meeting of finance ministers and central bank heads, EU Finance Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said Friday. Read More