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10th May 2016
The Philippines started the process to strengthen its anti-money laundering and bank secrecy laws on Tuesday, aiming to plug loopholes that allowed $81 million stolen in one of the world's biggest cyber heists to pass through Manila banks and casinos. Read More
28th April 2016
Panama and the United States on Wednesday signed an agreement on sharing of back account information in a step Panama's finance minister hailed as proof of his country's cooperation in fighting tax evasion. Read More
18th April 2016
An international fraud investigation raises vexing questions. Read More
Against a backdrop of big changes to U.S. sanctions in respect of both Iran and Cuba, A. Katherine Toomey, Cristian Francos and Aaron T. Wolfson of Lewis Baach PLLC explain how to access funds which had been frozen - until now Read More
31st March 2016
The huge wealth of the industrialised West cannot be divorced from its history of exploitation, nor its modern day form of colonialism - corruption. Read More
21st March 2016
The Inter-Governmental Action against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA) has commenced training of government officials on combating money laundering and terrorist financing. Read More
16th March 2016
DHAKA - A printer error first tipped off Bangladesh's central bank to one of the biggest cyber heists in recent history, according to a complaint filed to police that provided new details on the attempted theft of nearly US$1 billion. Read More
4th March 2016
LAS VEGAS (CN) - Nationwide proliferation of casinos feeds a $300 billion annual money laundering industry, the federal government says, and it's asked the gambling industry to help stop it. Read More
17th December 2015
A working group under the Financial System Council has compiled a draft proposal on regulations for virtual currencies that are traded on the Internet, informed sources said Wednesday. Read More
3rd November 2015
Mauritius today said no money laundering is taking place through its jurisdiction and it has provided all the information sought by India. Read More