April 2018

Panama investigation: The trouble within NAB ISLAMABAD: After feeling the heat at the accountability court, the country’s top anti-corruption watchdog came across a serious trouble over the appointment of new ‘in charge supervisory team’ to oversee conclusive proceeding directly linked to the Panama Papers case. A serious controversy started at the NAB Headquarters last week […]

“Corruption is on the rise due to the collusion between the politicians and people in administration (bureaucrats). There will be no progress in controlling corruption unless that unholy nexus is broken,” he said at a seminar at the ACC headquarters in Dhaka on Sunday. The Anti-Corruption Commission organised the seminar titled ‘Accountable administrative system: The […]

RBI Raiffeisen Bank International is fined EUR 2.7 million / Picture: © Raiffeisen Bank International / K. Keinrath The punishment is indirectly related to revelations by the Panama Papers. The penal order is not final. The FMA accuses the RBI of “inadequate checking of the identity of the beneficial owner and failure to regularly update the necessary […]

The resignation of the now ex-president of Peru Pedro Kuczynski, has been one more chapter in the complex network of corruption built between the Brazilian company Odebrecht and his companions of misdeeds of the public and private sector in Latin America. The judicial outcome of this case, made visible by media coverage, has aroused the […]