9th May 2016
A bilateral research initiative sees Germany and Austria funding the project which is focused on organized financial crime specifically committed with virtual currencies. Read More
2nd May 2016
German prosecutors are investigating allegations of grievous bodily harm, amid reports that an engineer working on Berlin's troubled new airport was poisoned. Read More
25th April 2016
Germany's justice system is often powerless in the global fight against money laundering. The case against a close associate of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has made that abundantly clear. Read More
21st April 2016
Over 100 billion euros ($113 billion) may be laundered in Germany every year, the German Finance Ministry has estimated in its monthly report published Thursday. Read More
14th April 2016
A German state has obtained data of Swiss bank accounts with over 100 billion Swiss Francs ($103 billion) in assets and has forwarded the information to 27 countries to verify if taxes have been paid, the state's finance minister said on Thursday. Read More
14th April 2016
Deutsche Bank has agreed to a voluntary special audit of its risk management systems following a settlement with German shareholder lobby group DSW, both sides announced on Thursday. Read More
11th April 2016
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has called for an international register that lists the actual owners of shell companies after presenting a 10-point plan to combat tax havens. Read More
1st April 2016
Arrests highlight country’s draw for crime rings who find it relatively easy to evade detection while cleansing vast amounts of ill-gotten cash. Read More
7th March 2016
Germany’s central bank has cast doubt on what impact abolishing the €500 note would have on money laundering and the financing of terrorism. EurActiv Germany reports. Read More
3rd March 2016
Deutsche Bank, the German lender that has paid more than $9 billion in fines and settlements since the financial crisis, expects to resolve the largest of its legal cases in coming months, co-chief executive officer John Cryan said. Read More