11.05.18

South Africans have an appetite for cryptos

Nearly all middle-class South Africans of all races and ages are familiar with cryptocurrencies, and if they don't already own a cryptocurrency, then they are interested in owning one.



11.05.18

'Staggering' case of banker tax fraud has Danes pointing fingers

Denmark's government says it could have avoided losing billions of dollars in tax revenue if the lines of communication inside the European Union had functioned better.



11.05.18

Inside the Trial of El Chapo

Joaquin Guzm?n is heading to federal court this week to face charges stemming from his role as the head of the Sinaloa Cartel



11.05.18

If you have dirty money from overseas, Florida city doesn't want your business

Concerned by reports that ill-gotten is flooding into South Florida, Doral city officials have approved an ordinance that requires everyone starting a business there to sign a sworn declaration about the source of the funds.



11.05.18

Brazil, Turkey, Slovakia....tyranny's contagion spreads around the world

History will record that when states murdered journalists or used the conspiracy theories of terrorists to fool their subject populations, they could expect reprisals from something called "the west", an alliance that lasted from 1945 to 2016.



11.02.18

Human rights threat or anti-corruption tool? UK's new Unexplained Wealth Orders under the spotlight

A new UK government tool to combat money laundering is under fire. Experts differ on Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWO), some brand them a danger to human rights, while for others they're vital in helping to beat corruption.



11.02.18

Danske Bank profit tumbles amid Estonian case

Danske Bank AS (DANSKE.KO) on Thursday posted a bigger-than-expected 52% drop in third-quarter net profit after donating 1.5 billion Danish kroner ($228 million) related to the ongoing Estonian money laundering case, and slashed its full-year profit guidance.



11.02.18

NAB working with AUSTRAC on money laundering and counter terrorism funding issues

NAB has confirmed it is working with financial crimes intelligence agencies to deal with "a number issues" related to anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorism financing (CTF) laws.



11.02.18

Hong Kong Reveals Crypto Rules in Push to Tame Wild Market

Hong Kong's securities watchdog unveiled new rules for cryptocurrency funds and said it may regulate digital-asset exchanges, joining a global push to improve supervision of an industry whose rapid expansion has attracted everyone from mom-and-pop investors to Wall Street banks.



11.02.18

Yemen, Indonesia, Whitey Bulger

Good morning. Appeals for peace in Yemen, a mysterious island in Finland and a helpful human chain in Britain.



10.31.18

Elections Could Put Wall Street's Favorite Lawmaker in Top Finance Role

Next week's U.S. elections could see Wall Street's favorite congressman assume one of the most coveted roles setting financial policy on Capitol Hill - if Republicans retain control of the House of Representatives.



10.31.18

Lebanon's Risk Profile 'Rising Sharply,' Warns World Bank

Lebanon's risk profile is rising sharply and some of its central bank tools are becoming less effective, the World Bank said on Tuesday in its autumn Lebanon Economic Monitor report.



10.31.18

Russian Crypto Regulators to Implement Stricter AML Rules In Line With The FATF Recommendations

According to a Russian news outlet, Izvestia report on October 29, 2018,, all member states of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will soon update their existing financial laws to make it mandatory for cryptocurrency-linked businesses including digital assets exchanges, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and others to obtain the relevant licenses from regulators and conduct robust know-your-customer (KYC) anti-money laundering (AML) procedures.



10.31.18

Finra fines LPL $2.75 million for reporting failures

The regulator cited wrong interpretations of Finra rules and flawed internal guidance as reasons for not making proper reports that would help safeguard investors



10.31.18

Bahamas placed on UK's money laundering watchlist

The UK has added the Bahamas to its money laundering watchlist, with the HM Treasury now requiring firms to put special procedures in place when dealing with Bahamian resident entities and clients.



10.30.18

What the college basketball corruption verdict could mean for Book Richardson

In the days after the first federal trial involving college basketball concluded, former Arizona assistant coach Book Richardson began posting religious messages on Twitter.



10.30.18

'Corruption has ended': Mexico referendum is disputed but nixes capital's partly built $13 billion airport

Mexico's president-elect said Monday he will respect the result of a referendum that rejected a partly built new airport for Mexico City, effectively ending the $13 billion project.



10.30.18

Can Brazil's Bolsonaro Deliver on Crime, Corruption Promises?

Brazil's presidential election resulted in the victory of far-right populist Jair Bolsonaro, who has promised to crush rampant crime and corruption with an iron fist.



10.30.18

Aleem Khan slams opposition parties for escaping corruption cases

Punjab Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan on Monday lambasted opposition parties for uniting and joining hands for seeking a way out of their difficulties in corruption cases.



10.30.18

https://www.kplctv.com/2018/10/29/duterte-puts-corruption-plagued-agency-military-control/

The Philippine president put the Bureau of Customs temporarily under military control after two large shipments of illegal drugs slipped past the agency through the port of Manila.



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