9th May 2016
Prosecutors in Geneva have summoned three more former employees of Credit Suisse for questioning in a case of suspected money laundering. Read More
6th May 2016
A prominent family in Panama has been running businesses as a front for a major drug money-laundering operation, according to the US authorities. Read More
29th April 2016
Guernsey’s financial services regulator has published a consultation paper following a decision made by the States of Guernsey in January of this year to increase the discretionary financial penalties which the Commission is able to apply in cases where there have been serious regulatory shortcomings. Read More
28th April 2016
Panama and the United States on Wednesday signed an agreement on sharing of back account information in a step Panama's finance minister hailed as proof of his country's cooperation in fighting tax evasion. Read More
28th April 2016
The FMA must increasingly deal with new financial technologies. Along with more detailed and more extensive regulations and specialized business models of new market participants, supervisory work is becoming more and more complex. Read More
28th April 2016
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority has today issued a public consultation on the draft Financial Services Rule Book 2016, which we intend will replace the current Rule Book on 1 January 2017. Read More
28th April 2016
This Notice is issued further to the addition of five natural persons to the list of persons associated with ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida maintained under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267. Read More
27th April 2016
Pressure over the Panama Papers on the Government is rising after a poll showed a majority of New Zealanders were concerned about the country's new reputation as a tax haven. Read More
27th April 2016
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is preparing to assess the way that financial institutions are prudentially regulated and supervised, a report says in the Reserve Bank Bulletin published today. Read More
26th April 2016
Three people go on trial in Luxembourg today (26 April) over the so-called LuxLeaks scandal that exposed the country’s huge tax breaks for major international companies, with the issue riding high after the recent Panama Papers revelations. Read More