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Compliance is a Competitive Advantage

Compliance is a competitive advantage. It is amazing how often this notion still is dismissed out of hand.  To many, the thought is simply incredulous:  “Compliance is nothing more than a tick-the-box business:  do the minimum, stay out of trouble and focus on growing your business through all other means.” There is absolutely no benefit […]

Buffalo Billion Overseer Sentenced to 3.5 Years

The founder of SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Alain Kaloyeros, was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison and a $100,000 fine on Dec. 11, after a federal judge admonished him for directing $855 million in bids for state contracts to contributors of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in order to gain the governor’s favor. U.S. District Court […]

Alleged Kickback Scheme Leads to Murder-for-Hire, Money-Laundering Charges

A man living in North Carolina who allegedly laundered part of $150 million in kickbacks related to Russian military contracts was charged in a plot that authorities say involved an extramarital affair, a murder-for-hire plan, immigration fraud and bribing a public official. The case centers on 57-year-old Belarus-born Leonid Teyf, who was charged along with his wife […]

ATO Now Monitoring Swiss Bank Accounts of Wealthy Australians

Australians who have Swiss bank accounts are now being watched by the ATO (Australian Tax Office) who are focusing on the wealthiest individuals. Jeremy Hirschhorn, the deputy tax commissioner has said that the ATO is now accessing Swiss bank accounts for the purpose of ensuring Australians are meeting their tax obligations. In an interview with the […]

Banks Told to Watch For Signs of ‘Extremist Travellers’ Returning to Canada

Canada’s financial intelligence agency warned banks on Thursday to watch for signs that foreign terrorist fighters may be trying to return home from places like Syria and Iraq. The reactivation of a dormant bank account linked to an “extremist traveller” may indicate that he or she is preparing to come back to Canada, the Financial […]

Britain Freezes Bank Account Linked to Azerbaijani Laundromat

British investigators have frozen a bank account linked to a multi-billion dollar Azerbaijani money-laundering scheme that a network of investigative reporters has alleged rinsed dirty money mainly through four, UK-registered shell companies. The National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Wednesday that the Account Freezing Order (AFO), part of a new toolbox to allow investigators to […]

Charges in Panama Papers Probe Shine Light on ‘Enablers’

Charges announced last week against four people with ties to defunct Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca & Co. demonstrate how professional service providers potentially can enable abuse of the financial system, observers say. The defendants—including an accountant, a lawyer and an asset manager—were involved in the creation of shell companies and sham foundations that were […]

More Than Two Years Later, No Canadian Panama Papers Charges Have Been Filed

Two and a half years after the landmark Panama Papers leak of offshore financial information, the Canada Revenue Agency has yet to charge or convict anyone with offshore tax evasion. “To date, no Canadian taxpayer or company has been charged with an offence as a result of information received from the Panama or Paradise Paper […]

Tallahassee City Commissioner, Political Consultant Indicted in FBI Probe

Tallahassee City Commissioner Scott Charles Maddox (D) and political consultant Janice Paige Carter-Smith were indicted Wednesday on racketeering, bank fraud, bribery and other charges, in the first results to emerge from a years-long federal investigation into corruption in Florida’s capital city. Both pleaded not guilty in an appearance in federal court Wednesday afternoon, and a […]

Ex-Argentina VP Boudou Released From Prison Despite Sentence

Former Argentine Vice President Amado Boudou was released from prison under bail Tuesday while he appeals a corruption conviction. Boudou was freed four months after a court sentenced him to five years and 10 months in prison for bribery and conducting business incompatible with public office. A court ordered his release on the grounds that […]

Paraguayan Ex-President Subpoenaed in Money Laundering Probe

Months after the end of his 2013-2018 term, Paraguay’s former President Horacio Cartes was subpoenaed on Monday by lawmakers who are investigating money-laundering allegations against a Brazilian currency trader. The members of the congressional committee conducting the probe on Monday decided to subpoena Cartes after his name was cited by Raquel Cuevas, a former official […]

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