13th May 2016
Two men who were part of the most complex insider dealing ring uncovered by the City watchdog have been sentenced to a total of eight years in prison. Read More
13th May 2016
David Cameron said cracking down on corruption was needed to "tackle extremism". Read More
13th May 2016
The review of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act advocates making the Act simpler and more principles-based, and the AML/CTF Rules rationalised and more user-friendly. Read More
12th May 2016
After seeking to withdraw the exemption granted to liquor baron Vijay Mallya from personal appearance in the money laundering case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday approached Interpol to issue a red corner notice against the absconding former UB group chairman, who is also wanted by the banks for defaulting around Rs 9,000 crore Read More
12th May 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari pledged Thursday in London that in furtherance of his administration’s effort against corruption, Nigeria will soon begin the full implementation of the principles of the Open Contracting Data Standard. Read More
12th May 2016
The good times have ended for Indian refiners who were getting crude oil from Iran. Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan today told Parliament that Iran has ended free shipping of crude oil to India and Indian refiners have been asked to arrange their own freight. Read More
12th May 2016
During his visit to Madagascar today, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Malagasy parliamentarians to end the corruption that has weakened their society, while launching a report on the cost of hunger in the island nation. Read More
12th May 2016
The office of the two most powerful politicians in New York are under subpoena. Former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is set to be sentenced Thursday on federal corruption charges. And Sheldon Silver, the former legendary leader of the State Assembly, is about to begin a 12-year prison term. Read More
12th May 2016
Legislators in Guatemala voted to revoke the judicial immunity of a judge suspected of collaborating in a port corruption scheme that reaches to the highest levels of government, marking a clear step forward in a major corruption investigation that appears likely to expand even further. Read More
12th May 2016
The regulator of Dubai’s financial free zone imposed restrictions on Noyan Ahyan, a former trader at an unnamed company at the Dubai International Financial Center, for inflating the value of his trading book by $11 million to conceal losses. The Dubai Financial Services Authority imposed the restrictions after investigations found… Read More