16th February 2016
Corruption scandals are taking a toll on Spain’s ruling Popular Party with some now even questioning its ability to govern the country. Read More
16th February 2016
January marked one of the worst starts to global financial markets in recent memory. Not surprisingly, the general mood at the World Economic Forum in Davos was one of anxiety and nervousness. Read More
16th February 2016
When Congress reopens in May the Securities and Exchange Commission will submit a bill that should be acted on at once by the relevant committees, passed by both Houses and then enacted into law. Read More
15th February 2016
The High Court has asked the Anti Corruption Commission and several top government officials why it should not declare the anti-money laundering law taking retroactive effect contrary to the Constitution. Read More
15th February 2016
NAIROBI – The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on Monday approved money laundering charges against 11 suspects in the National Youth Service (NYS) fraud case. Read More
15th February 2016
NEW DELHI: The special investigation team on black money has asked the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence to verify reports of $505 billion, or about Rs 34 lakh crore, leaving India through trade-based money laundering Read More
15th February 2016
Abuja—In continuation of investigations into the disbursement of the $2.1 billion arms fund, another serving officer and former Director of Military Intelligence, Major General Wiwa, has been arrested. Read More
15th February 2016
The FBI are reportedly investigating Goldman Sachs regional chairman Tim Leissner's connections to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is allegedly involved in a massive multi-million dollar scandal. Leissner, the Singapore-based chairman of Goldman's Southeast Asia operations, has returned to the US and is thought to be taking time off from his role as pressure for the Malaysian PM increased. Read More
15th February 2016
New York’s swankiest skyscrapers have become the new Swiss banks for the world’s richest undesirables, writes Diane Francis Read More
15th February 2016
The head of the Madrid branch of Spain’s ruling People’s Party said yesterday (14 February) she had resigned after police investigated members of her office for alleged illegal financing, the latest in a string of graft scandals involving the PP. Read More