Topic: Tax avoidance

‘Millions’ missing in DRC state miner’s repayments to treasury

06 June 2022

UK proposes laws to strengthen economic crime enforcement

The raft of proposed legislative changes includes giving the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) greater teeth by introducing strict liability for sanctions offences.

01 March 2022

Credit Suisse leak reveals alleged failures to stamp out high-risk clients

A major data leak from Credit Suisse has exposed the bank as safe haven for clients involved in corruption, bribery, money laundering and other serious crimes, according to an investigation by media outlets across the globe.

21 February 2022

IRS looks to recruit 200 new lawyers to work on tax abuse matters

24 January 2022

SEB faces huge German tax fraud claim

Swedish bank SEB has vowed to fight German authorities’ attempts to force it to pay €1 billion following an investigation into whether it engaged in a large tax fraud scheme.

15 December 2021

US tax agency shifts enforcement focus

IRS investigators are spending more time looking into non-tax crimes such as corruption, fraud and money laundering.

19 November 2021

Credit Suisse’s compliance with US tax evasion plea deal under scrutiny

The US Justice Department has said it is conducting “ongoing law enforcement activities” into Credit Suisse’s compliance with a $2.6 billion foreign tax evasion settlement from 2014.

08 November 2021

EU to consider broadening EPPO enforcement scope

25 October 2021

Dutch prosecutors investigate Morgan Stanley in dividend stripping case

06 September 2021

EU court: tax offenders can be charged with laundering the proceeds

03 September 2021

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