26th May 2016
A grand jury in Liberia on Wednesday indicted government officials, including the speaker of parliament and the head of the ruling party, along with London AIM-listed Sable Mining (SBLM.L) on charges including bribery. Read More
26th May 2016
India’s market regulator plans to delist more than 4,000 listed companies whose shares aren’t actively traded, as it tightens supervision of Asia’s fourth-largest stock market. Read More
26th May 2016
New York state’s financial regulator, which recently launched a probe into Lending Club, is preparing to look into the activities at other online lenders and whether they should be licensed in New York, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Read More
26th May 2016
Brazilian investigators have expanded their probe into possible corruption around the staging of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August to include all the venues and services financed with federal funds, a lead prosecutor told Reuters. Read More
26th May 2016
The raids and arrests follow an investigation into an alleged plot to illegally decode and distribute pay-TV content. Read More
26th May 2016
Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett is giving the market watchdog a pass mark as it nears the end of its establishment phase and starts taking a closer look at ensuring firms' conduct is up to scratch. Read More
26th May 2016
Australia is the latest country to sign up to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), an international program to tackle corruption involving mining companies and governments. Read More
25th May 2016
China will further expand air rights and improve the way it allocates international routes to domestic airlines as it tries to encourage them to participate in the international market, the country's aviation regulator said on Wednesday. Read More
25th May 2016
U.S. senators have questioned whether India's deal to develop a port in Iran violates international sanctions, and the State Department said it is examining the question. Read More
25th May 2016
The U.S. regulator that oversees the Federal Home Loan Bank system said on Tuesday it is reviewing the mortgage finance agency's increased use of short-term funding, which could be risky if it were to suddenly dwindle. Read More