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Innocence is the first victim when UK police are forced to seize assets to fund themselves ǀ View
Due to years of budget cuts, police in the UK are forced to self-fund their operations. Less widely reported s the fact that this is through the seizing of cash and assets, often from law-abiding people.
Brexit will complicate tackling fraud across Europe – but maybe civil remedies hold the key ǀ View
As fraudsters’ numbers, capacity and sophistication apparently overtake those of investigating authorities, there is every reason to believe that civil remedies will increasingly become a focus for victims of fraud.
Customers with blocked accounts are the ones being stung in the fight over money laundering ǀ View
UK banks are increasingly freezing their customers’ accounts indefinitely, citing strict anti-money laundering laws. Is it really a price worth paying?
It’s time for the asset recovery industry to embrace AI’s potential ǀ View
Using sophisticated algorithms, it is now possible to achieve far better outcomes in terms of speed, cost and accuracy, while also removing much of the complexity and unpredictability historically associated with locating undisclosed assets, particularly hidden bank accounts.
Self-reporting of corporate wrongdoing should be further encouraged ǀ View
Encouraging the self-reporting of corporate wrongdoing and motivating responsible corporate citizens has a number of significant benefits.
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The EU has launched a formal investigation into how Amazon uses data from other merchants selling goods on its websites.
Latvia Central Bank governor detained by anti-graft agency
There are calls for Ilmars Rimsevics to temporarily step down from his post while an inquiry takes place.
“Corruption has become globalized”: The journalistic investigation behind the “Paradise Papers”
Euronews talks with Emilia Díaz Struck who led the "Paradise Papers" investigation
Who is Prince Alwaleed bin Talal?
Prince Alwaleed has been detained as part of Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption probe, to the shock of global financial centres.
Flush with cash: toilets in Switzerland found stuffed with €500 notes
Over €83,000 in high-denomination banknotes was found stuffed in toilets in Geneva’s financial district
Airbus boss Thomas Enders denounces Eurofighter fraud probe
Airbus chief executive Thomas Enders has called an Austrian investigation into suspected fraud a "politically-motivated abuse of the legal system".
Brazil Petrobras probe: judge targets dozens of politicians
In Brazil, President Michel Temer’s government is reeling after a Supreme court judge placed dozens of politicians under formal investigation for bribery.
French interior minister faces financial probe
Prosecutors have opened a preliminary inquiry following allegations that Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux hired his daughters while they were student.
Judicial inquiry, job cuts plan - the feisty French election
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South Korean officials raid Samsung
The South Koran headquarters of Samsung Group have been raided by prosecuters along with the offices of country’s National Pension Service (NPS).
Bulgaria's ex-energy minister charged over failed nuclear project
Prosecutors in Bulgaria have charged the country’s former economy and energy minister over the cancellation of a 10 billion euro nuclear project.
The Brief from Brussels: EU's Oettinger faces questions over lobbyist flight
The Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Russian economy minister charged with bribery
60-year-old technocrat Alexei Ulyukayev is the highest-ranking Russian official to be arrested while in office since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Santander's Madrid HQ raided in tax evasion probe
Police have raided Spanish bank Santander's headquarters in Madrid as part of an investigation into possible tax evasion.
Panama's financial secrets and the new Tesla Model 3
Over recent years after the 2008 financial crisis the some of the world’s biggest banks paid billions in fines for helping wealthy clients evade
Panama Papers: the inside story
How a year-long investigation by some 370 journalists from nearly 80 countries unveiled the secret financial dealings of the world's rich and powerful.
Corruption investigators question former Brazilian president Lula da Silva
Lula da Silva has been freed after being questioned as part of a probe into claims of bribery and money laundering
Corruption investigators detain former Brazilian President Lula da Silva for questioning
Investigators are looking into claims that Lula benefited from illegal kickbacks at the state oil company Petrobras
Spain: day 1 of Princess Cristina tax fraud trial draws to a close
The first day of a historic trial has drawn to a close. Princess Cristina has become the first member of the Spanish royal family to face criminal
Chinese tycoon Guo Guangchang of Fosun held by police
Previously reported as missing, one of China’s richest businessmen has been detained by police. Guo Guangchang, the Chairman of Fosun International
Interpol suspends 20 million euro partnership with Fifa
Interpol, has suspended a joint programme on fighting corruption with Fifa. The international police agency is freezing the 20 million euros donated