29th February 2016
MADRID: When Jose Luis Penas recorded fellow councillors allegedly taking bribes from businessmen a decade ago, it marked the start of a series of corruption scandals that have engulfed Spain's ruling party and could thwart its chances of retaining power. Read More
29th February 2016
More needs to be done to combat “loopholes and deficiencies” in the world financial system as part of the fight against terrorism, finance ministers from the G20 group of leading economies said Saturday. Read More
29th February 2016
The Romanian National Anti-Corruption Agency (DNA) prosecuted 1,250 high-level corruption cases in 2015, according the chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi. Read More
26th February 2016
Please be advised that the United Nations Security Council has amended the details in respect of five individuals (“the listed persons”) on the list of persons associated with ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida maintained under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267. All persons on the list are subject to restrictive measures which include targeted financial sanctions. Read More
26th February 2016
Halliburton Atlantic Limited (HAL) has agreed to pay $304,706 to settle its potential liability for violations of US sanctions on Cuba.  The violations related to transactions worth $1,189,752, with a base penalty of $423,202 and a maximum of $1,235,000. Read More
26th February 2016
Members of FIFA have overwhelmingly voted to approve new anti-corruption reforms as they prepare to elect a new president. Read More
26th February 2016
Portland - In an effort to get people to pay their taxes, Oregon has released the names of the top 100 businesses and individuals who owe money to the state. Read More
26th February 2016
The European Commission will insist on prioritizing efforts to cut off terrorism financing in a final communique of the Group of 20 (G20) meeting of finance ministers and central bank heads, EU Finance Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said Friday. Read More
26th February 2016
A Belgian judge has charged Swiss bank UBS with money laundering and serious and organised tax fraud, Brussels prosecutors said in a statement on Friday. Read More
26th February 2016
Abuja—The Federal Government said yesterday that it will muster the needed political will to enforce the Freedom of Information Act and other instruments to help in the fight against corruption in the country. Read More