18th December 2015
ATHENS, Dec 15 (Reuters) – Greek financial prosecutors have raided a UBS office in Athens seizing records as part of an investigation into possible tax evasion by holders of large bank deposits abroad, court officials said on Tuesday. Read More
17th December 2015
Speaking from the Pentagon on Monday, President Obama underscored the United States’ comprehensive strategy for destroying ISIL. Read More
17th December 2015
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – A former teller has been indicted on charges of embezzling about $700,000 from an eastern Kansas bank. Read More
17th December 2015
The U.K. loses 16 billion pounds ($24 billion) a year to tax fraud, almost half of the amount of potential revenue that goes uncollected, the National Audit Office estimated. Read More
17th December 2015
A working group under the Financial System Council has compiled a draft proposal on regulations for virtual currencies that are traded on the Internet, informed sources said Wednesday. Read More
17th December 2015
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Wednesday dismissed the head of the government’s anti-graft body for failing to tackle high-level corruption in east Africa’s second-biggest economy, Magufuli’s office said. Read More
17th December 2015
NEW JERSEY — Dreyfus Sons & Co has operated for two centuries as a private Swiss bank, catering to Jewish clients who wanted to hide assets from the Nazis during the 1930s and the Second World War. Read More
17th December 2015
Blockchain, the bitcoin-linked software ledger that’s touted as a way to speed up and simplify how transactions are recorded, just won the backing of finance and technology titans including IBM, Wells Fargo & Co. and London Stock Exchange Group Plc. Read More
16th December 2015
Brazilian police raid homes of parliament speaker Cunha, tourism minister, widening the political scope of an investigation into a suspected web of corruption linking ruling coalition politicians and influential business figures… Read More
16th December 2015
Former transport minister Sibusiso Ndebele and his former director general George Mahlalela are expected back in court in July 2016 on charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering. Read More