Date: April 2018 (1364) | March 2018 (2124) | February 2018 (1531) | January 2018 (1961) | December 2017 (2100) | November 2017 (288) | October 2017 (158) | September 2017 (189) | August 2017 (162) | July 2017 (92) | June 2017 (108) | May 2017 (101) | April 2017 (78) | March 2017 (95) | February 2017 (77) | January 2017 (86) | December 2016 (84) | November 2016 (85) | October 2016 (86) | September 2016 (94) | August 2016 (94) | July 2016 (95) | June 2016 (117) | May 2016 (101) | April 2016 (91) | March 2016 (105) | February 2016 (98) | January 2016 (78) | December 2015 (62) | November 2015 (53) | October 2015 (66) | September 2015 (68) | August 2015 (54) | July 2015 (40) | June 2015 (42) | May 2015 (50) | April 2015 (56) | March 2015 (54) | February 2015 (44) | January 2015 (53) | December 2014 (36) | November 2014 (10)


Regions: Afganistan (3) | Africa (4) | Algeria (2) | American Samoa (1) | Andorra (4) | Angola (11) | Argentina (17) | Armenia (2) | Aruba (1) | Australia (95) | Austria (8) | Azerbaijan (6) | Bahamas (5) | Bahrain (1) | Bangladesh (11) | Barbados (2) | Belarus (4) | Belgium (4) | Belize (2) | Bermuda (2) | Bolivia (3) | Bosnia (3) | Brazil (90) | British Virgin Islands (2) | Brunei Darussalam (1) | Bulgaria (5) | Burkina Faso (1) | Cambodia (6) | Canada (82) | Cayman Islands (9) | Central African Republic (1) | Chad (4) | Chile (7) | China (120) | Colombia (17) | Congo (1) | Congo (Brazzaville) (2) | Costa Rica (7) | Croatia (3) | Cuba (1) | Curacao (1) | Cyprus (9) | Czech Republic (4) | Democratic Republic of the Congo (2) | Denmark (10) | Dominican Republic (2) | Ecuador (6) | Egypt (11) | El Salvador (3) | Equatorial Guinea (4) | Estonia (3) | Ethiopia (1) | Fiji (1) | Finland (2) | France (37) | Georgia (2) | Germany (16) | Ghana (2) | Greece (16) | Guam (1) | Guatemala (22) | Guernsey and Alderney (5) | Guinea (7) | Guyana (3) | Haiti (5) | Honduras (10) | Hong Kong (30) | Hungary (3) | Iceland (9) | India (44) | Indonesia (27) | Iran (23) | Iraq (6) | Ireland (25) | Island of Man (2) | Israel (36) | Italy (24) | Jamaica (2) | Japan (15) | Jersey (5) | Kazakhstan (3) | Kenya (10) | Kosovo (3) | Kurdistan (1) | Kuwait (6) | Laos (3) | Latvia (14) | Lebanon (5) | Liberia (3) | Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (3) | Liechtenstein (1) | Lithuania (7) | Luxembourg (7) | Macao (3) | Macedonia (1) | Malawi (2) | Malaysia (28) | Maldives (4) | Malta (31) | Mauritania (1) | Mauritius (1) | Mexico (52) | Moldova (7) | Monaco (2) | Mongolia (4) | Montenegro (2) | Morroco (1) | Mozambique (2) | Myanmar (ex-Burma) (2) | Namibia (1) | Nauru (2) | Nepal (4) | Netherlands (15) | New Zealand (26) | Nicaragua (1) | Niger (2) | Nigeria (41) | North Korea (12) | Northern Mariana Islands (1) | Norway (3) | Oman (1) | Pakistan (41) | Palestine (1) | Panama (30) | Papua New Guinea (3) | Paraguay (1) | Peru (18) | Philippines (28) | Phillipines (1) | Poland (3) | Portugal (10) | Puerto Rico (7) | Qatar (4) | Romania (33) | Russia (41) | Rwanda (2) | Saint Lucia (1) | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1) | Saudi Arabia (6) | Senegal (4) | Serbia (7) | Singapore (24) | Slovakia (2) | Slovenia (1) | Somalia (1) | South Africa (27) | South Korea (74) | South Sudan (1) | Spain (42) | Sri Lanka (ex-Ceilan) (16) | St. Kitts and Nevis (2) | Sudan (4) | Suriname (1) | Sweden (11) | Switzerland (39) | Syria (1) | Taiwan (29) | Tajikstan (3) | Tanzania (4) | Thailand (15) | Tibet (1) | Trinidad and Tobago (5) | Tunisia (4) | Turkey (12) | Turkmenistan (1) | Uganda (4) | Ukraine (16) | United Arab Emirates (5) | United Kingdom (211) | United Republic of Tanzania (3) | United States (938) | Uzbekistan (7) | Vanuatu (1) | Vatican City State (Holy See) (8) | Venezuela (30) | Vietnam (11) | Virgin Islands (US) (3) | Yemen (1) | Zambia (1) | Zimbabwe (4)


Categories: Abuse (1) | Arson (1) | Assault (1) | Bitcoin (38) | Bribery (656) | Burglary (1) | Business Crimes (110) | Conspiracy (229) | Counterfeiting (3) | Cyber Crime (56) | Drug Trafficking or Distribution (66) | Embezzlement (48) | Environmental Crimes (4) | False Filings (13) | False Statements (33) | FCPA (21) | Featured Items (334) | Forgery (8) | Fraud (531) | Fugitive (2) | Graft (26) | Health Care Disciplines (2) | Human Rights (3) | Identity Theft (10) | Illegal Gambling (9) | Illegal Prostitution (6) | Industry Insights (1193) | Insider Trading (21) | Jobs – United States (784) | Kickbacks (48) | Kidnapping (1) | Misconduct (2) | Money Laundering (679) | Money Services Business (16) | Mortgage Related (7) | Murder (4) | News (3) | Non Specific Crime (3) | Obstruction of Justice (10) | Of Interest (82) | Organized Crime (47) | Panama Papers (176) | Paradise Papers (28) | People Trafficking (9) | Perjury (9) | Person Political (650) | Political Corruption (619) | Ponzi Scheme (11) | Possession of Stolen Property (1) | Possession or Sale of Guns (1) | Racketeering (14) | Recent Articles (2) | Regulatory Action (129) | Sanctions (20) | SEC Violations (55) | Smuggling (5) | Tax Related Offenses (124) | Terrorist Related (12) | Theft (19) | Usury (1) | War Crimes (2) | Weapons and Explosives (1)

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 […]

US Cites Taiwan’s Hua Nan Commercial Bank for Money-Laundering Violations

The U.S. Federal Reserve issued a cease and desist order against Taiwan’s Hua Nan Commercial Bank and its agency in New York, citing non-compliance with anti-money laundering laws. In a statement, the Fed said it had identified significant deficiencies in the agency’s risk management and compliance with applicable federal laws, rules, and regulations relating to […]

Maltese Politicians Face Pressure Over $1.6m Paid to Offshore Firms

Two leading Maltese politicians are facing mounting pressure amid revelations that $1.6m was paid to an anonymous Dubai company identified as one of two “target clients” of their own offshore companies in Panama. The allegations concern the tourism minister, Konrad Mizzi, and the prime minister’s chief of staff, Keith Schembri, both beneficial owners of offshore […]

EU Welcomes Directive on Money-Laundering and Terrorist Financing

The EU has welcomed the adoption of a new directive aimed at combating money-laundering and terrorist financing in Europe. The need to combat money-laundering and terrorist financing was raised by the European Commission in 2016, in the wake of a number of acts of terrorism across the continent, as well as the Panama Papers scandal, […]

Ex-Venezuelan Official Pleads Guilty in U.S. Corruption Case

A former Venezuelan official on Thursday pleaded guilty to taking part in a scheme involving bribes paid by U.S. companies to Venezuelan officials to secure energy contracts and speed up payments on outstanding invoices, U.S. prosecutors said. Cesar Rincon, a former manager at Bariven, the procurement unit of Venezuela’s state-owned energy company Petroleos de Venezuela […]

Powerful Brazilian Senator Faces Corruption Trial

Aecio Neves, a Brazilian senator who narrowly lost the 2014 presidential election, will face trial for corruption and obstruction of justice, Brazil’s top court decided Tuesday. A panel of Supreme Court justices ruled Neves would be tried for allegedly accepting two million reais ($588,000) from meat industry tycoon Joesley Batista. The money was allegedly paid […]

Juror in Money Laundering Trial Jailed For Six Years For Accepting Bribe

A juror who accepted a bribe has been jailed in the first prosecution of its kind in Scotland. Catherine Leahy served on a jury in a drug trafficking and money laundering trial at the high court in Glasgow, which returned a not proven verdict in April 2016 after three days of deliberation. A police investigation was launched […]

G-20 Countries ‘Weak’ in Tackling Tax Havens, International Corruption Watchdog Says

G-20 countries are “weak” and have moved “too slowly” in improving transparency over financial secrecy two years after the Panama Papers revealed how wealthy individuals hide their money, an international corruption watchdog said Thursday. Transparency International warned that 10 G-20 nations have “very weak” legal frameworks that do little to help law enforcement officials and citizens […]

Latvia Probes More Bank Leads From U.S. After Financial Scandals

Almost two months after Latvia’s No. 3 bank shut amid U.S. money-laundering accusations and its central bank governor was detained over corruption allegations, the Baltic nation is pursuing more leads from America. Regulators, police and other authorities are currently investigating the information, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said Wednesday in an interview. He wouldn’t give specifics […]

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Named in Atlanta City Hall Corruption Subpoena

For the first time, federal prosecutors are seeking records of former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed in the sprawling federal investigation of City Hall corruption. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday received a copy of an April 6 subpoena from a federal grand jury seeking, among other things, Reed’s city-issued credit card statements and other information related […]

Montenegro Opposition Leader Tried for Money-Laundering

The trial of Nebojsa Medojevic, one of the leaders of Montenegro’s strongest opposition alliance, the Democratic Front, opens on Wednesday in Podgorica. Medojevic and 11 others were indicted by the Special Prosecution for Organised Crime for allegedly plotting to evade taxes and for money-laundering to finance the pro-RussianDemocratic Front’s campaign for the October 2016 general elections. […]

Share This Page
Industry Webinars
FEATURED Solutions
Learn About RDC