14th June 2016
1MDB has defaulted on debt amid dispute with Abu Dhabi’s IPIC Malaysian fund is subject of global probes into its finances Read More
13th June 2016
The ongoing prosecution of some past and current Liberian government officials for their alleged role played in an alleged bribery saga involving international mining company Sable as revealed by Global Witness is taking another trend with the company at the center of the allegation, said to have provided nearly US$1 million has denied giving bribe and is describing the case as politically motivated. Read More
13th June 2016
The Financial Conduct Authority has banned Mark Kelly and Patrick Gray from working in the financial services industry on the basis that they lack integrity. Read More
13th June 2016
South Korean conglomerate Lotte Group had intended to kick off a $4.5 billion initial public offering for its Lotte Hotels arm, which owns the New York Palace hotel where President Obama stays and is the world’s third-biggest duty-free shopping company. Read More
13th June 2016
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is drawing scrutiny from New York’s bank regulator over its fundraising for Malaysia’s embattled 1MDB fund, according to a person briefed on the matter, as questions mount about the bank’s role in the international scandal. Read More
13th June 2016
In the aftermath of the BSI debacle, the Monetary Authority of Singapore has announced that it will set up dedicated departments to combat money laundering and strengthen action on regulatory breaches. Read More
13th June 2016
Regulator to crack the whip on stock market violators, plans more stringent action to check speculation and manipulation on China’s bourses Read More
13th June 2016
Qi Bin, chief of the China Securities Regulatory Commission’s department of international cooperation, stepped up calls for the inclusion of A shares into MSCI’s emerging markets benchmarks Sunday, two days ahead of a final verdict by the global index provider. Read More
13th June 2016
Three former Guatemalan cabinet ministers were arrested on corruption charges amid claims they used public money to buy houses, boats, and a helicopter for a former president. Read More
13th June 2016
Egypt's parliament approved on Sunday the appointment of a former prosecutor as the new anti-corruption chief, state news agency MENA said, less than a week after his predecessor went on trial accused of making up lies about the scale of the problem. Read More