12th February 2016
Monty Raphael QC is the doyen of white collar crime in the UK. During a career spanning over 50 years he has handled some of the most prominent and complex economic crime cases in the country. In this KYC360 exclusive interview he talks to Tom Devlin about white collar crime, money laundering, and how to face a regulatory investigation. Read More
11th February 2016
Jordi Pujol, former longtime leader of Spain’s powerful northeastern Catalonia region, is being quizzed in the National Court as a suspect in a money-laundering probe. Read More
11th February 2016
HSBC (HSBA.L) has been sued by the families of U.S. citizens murdered by drug gangs in Mexico, claiming the bank let cartels launder billions of dollars to operate their business. Read More
11th February 2016
Washington, DC – The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) obtained a federal court Consent Order imposing a permanent injunction against CFTC Defendants Cindy Vandivier and Paul Vandivier of Coconut Creek, Florida. Read More
11th February 2016
Libya & Iran – GFSC: Please be advised that there have been a number of developments in relation to the Bailiwick’s sanctions regime.  These developments concern sanctions relating to Terrorist Financing, Al-Qaida, Libya and Iran. Read More
11th February 2016
BUCHAREST – Romania’s prime minister sacked the head of the tax authority and his deputy on Thursday, a day after anti-corruption prosecutors said they were being investigated as part of a wider probe into alleged misappropriation of European funds. Read More
11th February 2016
MOSCOW – Russia’s central bank told Deutsche Bank about suspicious trades made by the German bank’s clients via its Moscow office in 2014 and an investigation began after that, a senior central bank official said on Thursday. Read More
11th February 2016
Washington – The US Treasury Department on Thursday blacklisted three individuals working for the Islamic State group, in an effort to attack its finances and disrupt its ability to profit from illicit oil sales. Read More
11th February 2016
In an unprecedented legal move, families of Americans murdered by Mexican drug cartels filed a lawsuit this week against the London-based HSBC bank for allegedly providing “continuous and systematic material support” to Mexico’s Sinaloa, Juárez, and Los Zetas cartels by laundering billions of dollars. Read More
10th February 2016
BUCHAREST (Reuters) – Romanian anti-corruption prosecutors said on Wednesday they were investigating the country’s tax authority chief and his deputy in a case over misappropriation of European Union funds meant to support underprivileged Roma communities. Read More