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Probe Launched Into London's 'Safe Haven for Corrupt Money'

Probe Launched Into London's 'Safe Haven for Corrupt Money'
An investigation has been ordered by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, into foreign ownership of property in an attempt to end London's role as a "safe haven for corrupt money" and the "money laundering capital of the world." Khan has launched an inquiry ...

SEC: Casino-Gaming Company Retaliated Against Whistleblowe

SEC: Casino-Gaming Company Retaliated Against Whistleblowe
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that casino-gaming company International Game Technology (IGT) has agreed to pay a half-million dollar penalty for firing an employee with several years of positive performance reviews because he reported ...

OECD threatens Bahamas with blacklisting, Bahamas wilts

OECD threatens Bahamas with blacklisting, Bahamas wilts
AID, TAX & STATE-BUILDING, ALL SOUTH AMERICA, BLOG The Spanish newspaper El Mundo is running an article in Spanish, whose headline translates as “If Bahamas goes on like this, it will go onto the G20 blacklist” – and the text in quote marks comes from ...

Standard Chartered probed by US over Indonesia 'bribes'

Standard Chartered probed by US over Indonesia 'bribes'
LONDON: Standard Chartered acknowledged on Tuesday (Sep 27) it was being investigated by the US Department of Justice over claims that an Indonesian subsidiary had paid bribes to secure contracts. The London-based, Asia-focused bank said in a statement that...

RBS agrees $1bn US mortgage mis-selling deal UK bank settles with credit union agency but ...

RBS agrees $1bn US mortgage mis-selling deal UK bank settles with credit union agency but faces paying billions in other cases
By: Martin Arnold and Emma Dunkley in London Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed to pay $1.1bn to settle some of the legal claims against it in the US for allegedly mis-selling mortgage securities in the run-up to the financial crisis....

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