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The Swiss lender plans to appeal against its conviction for anti-money laundering failures that allowed a Bulgarian gang to run its illicit proceeds through the bank.
27 June 2022
South Africa’s long-running anti-corruption inquiry has asked the country’s financial intelligence unit to investigate whether lenders have complied with anti-money laundering rules.
24 June 2022
The head of Australia’s anti-money laundering agency has seen widespread compliance improvements after bringing tough enforcement actions against some of the country’s biggest lenders.
23 June 2022
A former legal adviser to Venezuela’s Ministry of Oil and Mining was sentenced to serve 52 months in prison and pay $84 million for his role in a $1.2 billion bribery and money laundering scheme involving Venezuela’s state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA).
16 June 2022
Brazillian prosecutors are moving away from large-scale corruption investigations to smaller and more focused task forces, a Brazilian lawyer told audience members at GIR Live: Women in Investigations on Thursday.
16 June 2022
Three US citizens and a Bolivian citizen were sentenced to prison time in connection with a conspiracy to bribe Bolivian government officials in exchange for a $5.6 million contract from that government.
14 June 2022
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