20th April 2016
Investigators believe some $200 million were laundered with the help of Israelis both at home and abroad. Read More
20th April 2016
A sweeping investigation into corruption in Brazil is targeting more infrastructure projects for this year's Olympic Games than previously made public, a federal prosecutor told Reuters, citing testimony from construction companies and executives. Read More
19th April 2016
In the sixth Senate hearing on the Bangladesh fund scam on Tuesday (April 19), the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) revealed casino junket operator Kim Wong turned over P200 million to the agency for safekeeping. Read More
19th April 2016
Market regulator Sebi has launched a probe against some brokers for alleged mis-selling of products with promise of assured returns in connection with the Rs 5,600-crore NSEL payment fiasco. Read More
19th April 2016
Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela says his country will adopt global tax reporting standards in the aftermath of the Panama Papers controversy. Read More
19th April 2016
A US judge released transcripts Monday of guilty pleas from three prominent defendants in the sweeping Fifa corruption investigation in which they expressed regret and suggested that bribery in the organization was widespread. Read More
19th April 2016
Anti-mafia police said they impounded property from an Italian businessman worth 215 million euros including real estate, companies, bank accounts and a shopping centre. Read More
19th April 2016
Last October, Nigeria's biggest indigenous oil and gas company, Oando Plc, made history for the wrong reason when it announced a loss of N184 billion in the 2014 financial year. Read More
19th April 2016
Fears over money laundering and the risk of financing of terrorism has prompted calls for Bendigo Bank to abandon any dealings with the tiny Pacific nation of Nauru. Read More
19th April 2016
The prime minister has repeatedly rejected the idea of establishing a national corruption body. Attorney general, Senator Brandis, went so far as to suggest that Australian federal politics is “remarkably free of corruption” when rejecting the need for such a body. Read More