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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 […]

Oil Investor Zukerman Gets Almost Six Years for Tax Evasion

Oil industry investor Morris Zukerman has been sentenced to 70 months in prison for evading over $45 million in income taxes and other taxes, to which he pleaded guilty last year. Prosecutors say Zukerman claimed “millions of dollars in bogus deductions, providing false information and documents and failing to report profits,” including $28 million from the sale of […]

Billions in drug dealers’ illegal Amazon gold ‘laundered’ through Miami refinery, feds say

U.S. authorities have arrested a man they say conspired with others to funnel billions of dollars in gold that was illegally mined in the Amazon and later refined in Florida as part of a massive money laundering scheme. Juan P. Granda, director of operations for Colombia-based NTR Metals, was detained at his mother’s home in Miami. He and two other NTR […]

G20 finance chiefs agree on concerted effort to fight financial crime

In a concerted effort, G20 finance chiefs have pledged to jointly fight cyber-attacks on the global banking system in response to the theft of $81 million from the Central Bank of Bangladesh in 2016. The agreement is set to be finalised on Saturday. Meeting in German resort town Baden-Baden, the money-men of the G20 have […]

Wall Street should avoid cutting foreign bank ties: U.S. regulator

U.S. banks should not cut ties with foreign clients over money- laundering worries unless officials have concrete cause for concern, a leading U.S. regulator is telling staff and lenders. The message has come through phone calls, speeches and an uncommon notice from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the top regulator for national […]

How $20 billion was laundered out of Russia

The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), a global network of investigative journalists, has published a report detailing banking records for more than 120 accounts that made up a vast financial fraud scheme that laundered more than $20 billion out of Russia and into Europe and beyond. OCCRP first reported on the scheme three years […]

S.Korean ex-president Park interrogated by prosecutors

South Korea’s ousted president Park Geun-Hye was questioned by prosecutors Tuesday about the corruption and abuse of power scandal that brought her down, after using executive privilege to avoid them for months while in office. Park apologised to the public as she arrived at the prosecutors’ office in Seoul, adding: “I will undergo the investigation […]

FINRA Hires Senior Advisor to CEO Cook

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority recently appointed Nathaniel Stankard as senior advisor to the self-regulator’s CEO, Robert Cook, to spearhead special projects, including FINRA’s strategic review of its operations. Stankard starts his new position immediately and will provide counsel and strategic advice to Cook and FINRA’s senior management. Cook noted Stankard’s “broad experience working on […]

Supreme Court won’t hear Menendez appeal in corruption case

The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday declined to hear an appeal of a corruption indictment from New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez, who is facing a federal trial in the fall. Prosecutors charged Menendez with corruption in 2015 after accusing him of using his office to improperly benefit a friend and donor, Salomon Melgen, who was also an […]

John E. Smith Named OFAC Director

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has formally named John E. Smith as director. Smith, who has been with the agency since 2007, was still working in an acting capacity when he was formally named director on March 5, according to a Treasury spokesperson. […]

Malta: Taxman recovers €10m from Panama, Swiss leaks

The Tax Compliance Unit (TCU) has recovered €10.8 million in tax revenue from its investigations into the Swiss leaks and Panama Papers data. Figures provided by the TCU show that €7 million was recovered from its investigations into the Swiss leaks data alone. Swiss leaks featured lists of account holders from around the globe who […]

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