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The first Unaoil brother to be sentenced called himself “exhibit A” for the benefits of government collaboration during a hearing in a Houston federal court.
30 January 2023
US prosecutors have accused two businessmen of facilitating sanctions evasion by helping a sanctioned Russian “obfuscate” his ownership of a $90 million motor yacht.
23 January 2023
Singapore's anti-corruption agency has announced charging decisions following investigations into former executives at two subsidiaries of infrastructure company Keppel Corporation.
12 January 2023
The brothers at the centre of the Unaoil case will now be sentenced separately.
09 January 2023
The DOJ declined to prosecute aerospace company Safran for bribery; a former risk director for the Ecuadorian police pension fund will spend five years in prison for taking bribes; two current Ericsson executives were accused of approving protection payments to the Islamic State and al-Qaeda.
03 January 2023
The GIR editorial team is taking a break from regular news briefings over the next couple of weeks. We will be back on 3 January. In the meantime, please enjoy this selection of some of our favourite and most-read stories. Happy holidays!
18 December 2022
Denmark has handed Danske Bank the country’s largest-ever penalty for breaching anti-money laundering laws by failing to monitor and report suspicious transactions in Estonia.
14 December 2022
The Danish bank admitted to funnelling $160 billion through US banks on behalf of non-resident customers using its Estonian branch.
13 December 2022
US federal prosecutors and regulators are accusing cryptocurrency exchange founder Sam Bankman-Fried of defrauding customers and investors in a series of charges announced on Tuesday.
13 December 2022
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