7th April 2016
ATHENS (Reuters) - Cyprus is enhancing requirements on commercial banks and intermediaries to know the identity of their customers, days after a massive data leak detailing how the world's rich skipped through loopholes to park cash in low-tax jurisdictions. Read More
7th April 2016
Domestic security and counter-intelligence agency DANS has said it is looking into suspicions of money laundering possibly done by Bulgarian businesses. Read More
7th April 2016
A Malaysian parliamentary inquiry on Thursday slammed the board of state fund 1MDB for being irresponsible and urged a probe into its former chief, but stopped short of implicating Prime Minister Najib Razak who was an advisor for the troubled firm. Read More
7th April 2016
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has sent a letter to banks and financial institutions in the UK ordering them to check whether they have done business with the law firm Mossack Fonseca, which is at the centre of the Panama Papers scandal. Read More
7th April 2016
FIFA's ethics watchdog has opened formal proceedings against Colombia's Miguel Trujillo after he pleaded guilty last month in US federal court to four counts, including conspiracy to commit money-laundering and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Read More
7th April 2016
A campaign group calling for the end to physical cash has launched a "Manifesto for Cashlessness", setting out how countries can move towards an era of digital-only money. Read More
7th April 2016
A study has revealed that the majority of corruption perpetrators in Indonesia are politicians and private businesspeople. Read More
7th April 2016
A businessman with close ties to former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez refused to testify Wednesday in a money-laundering probe being closely watched as a test of the new administration's promise to crack down on corruption. Read More
7th April 2016
The chief executive of Hypo Landesbank Vorarlberg, an Austrian lender mentioned in the massive "Panama Papers" data leak, has become one of the first top bankers to quit over reports based on those files. Read More
7th April 2016
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is an anti-corruption campaigner and strong critic of President Vladimir Putin. Shortly before the “Panama Papers” leaks, he told swissinfo.ch that one cannot ignore Switzerland’s interest in “dirty money”. Read More