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Bank could face £340m fine as FCA uses criminal powers to prosecute lender
Report by media consortium outlines how the wealthy use tax havens to move and store money
German regulator rebukes the fast-growing online bank and has installed a supervisor to monitor progress
Combating UK furlough fraud should be another impetus for change
‘Know your customer’ rules for banks and brokers underpin anti-money laundering efforts but are at risk due to DeFi
Private equity firms and hedge funds operate under looser standards than banks and brokers
Prosecutors’ inquiry into anti-money laundering unit could embarrass election frontrunner Olaf Scholz
It’s time to regenerate the UK’s fight against financial crime, argues RUSI’s Tom Keatinge.
Austrian lenders face pressure to tackle corruption after a series of money laundering allegations
Foreign minister highlights progressive stance as country looks beyond its reputation as an offshore financial centre
Authorities levied $1bn in the first half of 2021, on track to hit last year’s total of $2.2bn
Dominic Thorncroft given suspended prison sentence for allowing his company to be used to transfer scam proceeds
Switzerland was key conduit through which Russian officials were thought to have laundered money
EU capitals expected to quarrel over where to establish upcoming Anti-Money Laundering Authority
EU to sidestep patchy enforcement and reluctance by some members to use current directives
Creating a new supervisory agency may help, but better regulation is essential
The UK’s corporate registry is full of dubious filings but setting the record straight is an arduous task
Success of centre-right and centre-left candidates complicate calculations for presidential election
Prosecutor says £850,000 was allowed to be ‘defrauded from 60 individuals to be dispersed across the world’
Prosecutors suspect Finolita was used to steal more than €100m from German payments company
Country’s third-largest lender targeted alongside casinos as part of organised crime crackdown
FCA says many digital asset companies are falling short of its expectations
Bank invests in company aiming to benefit from efforts to combat financial crime
Gianluigi Torzi, detained at the request of Italian authorities, has denied wrongdoing
Denmark’s state prosecutor concludes that no gross negligence was committed by individuals in €200bn scandal