Money Laundering

Panama Papers and Bahama Leaks are a matter of honesty, transparency and accountability, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Tuesday, amidst demand for the resignation of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on corruption charges. On the final day of her maiden two-day visit to Pakistan, the IMF Managing Director in her concluding press conference alongside […]

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Gabriel Caballero Jr. is a senior counsel in Holland Knight’s Miami office and member of the firm’s financial services practice group. Caballero concentrates his practice on the representation of domestic and multinational organizations (including banks, broker dealers, money services businesses and other financial institutions) on a broad range of business, licensing, regulatory and compliance matters. […]

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Professor Paul Heywood of Nottingham University told Parliament’s International Development Committee (IDC) the role of Britain and the City of London “in allowing corrupt money to flow should not be underestimated.” A report published by the committee on Wednesday called on Britain to persuade overseas territories to create public registers of beneficial ownership in a […]

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A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here. Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk. Bribery: Brazil’s development bank has frozen dozens of projects amid the country’s broader corruption […] […]

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18 October 2016 · Transparency International Secretariat <!– –> Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement, calls on the government of Panama to set a date for the release of its official inquiry into financial reforms related to the publication of the Panama Papers. Last week the government said the independent committee on financial reform had […]

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A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here. Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk. Bribery: An NCIS agent was sentenced to 12 years in prison in the U.S. […] […]

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