Outgoing HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) chief executive Lin Homer has said it is ‘unlikely’ to pursue further prosecutions against individuals involved in alleged tax evasion at HSBC’s Swiss private bank. Read More
Moscow (AFP) – Russian authorities have closed the criminal case against billionaire tycoon Vladimir Yevtushenkov, his company said Thursday, after seizing some of his assets and briefly arresting him in a 2014 money laundering probe that scared investors. Read More
The former head of world athletics, Lamine Diack, ran a clique that covered up organised doping and blackmailed athletes while senior officials looked the other way, independent investigator Dick Pound said on Thursday. Read More
PARIS – Findings reported by The Associated Press that track and field officials contemplated hiding the full extent of Russian doping before the 2012 London Olympics are “most concerning” and warrant further investigation, the World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday. Read More
The Bank of England appears to have been instrumental in plans to drop a review of UK banking culture meant to have been carried out by the Financial Conduct Authority – despite the regulator categorically denying there was any influence on its decision. Read More
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