Searches and arrests across Europe in December 2018.
Working abroad can be a profitable option for members of criminal groups.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari at the US-Africa Business Forum in New York in 2016.
There is concern that Nigeria's attitude towards foreign direct investors may erode inward capital flows.
Tom Moyane has been fired as South Africa’s tax boss on the recommendation of a commission of inquiry.
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Moyane's axing ends one of the last vestiges of Zuma's continued influence in the country's governance.
Danske Bank is under investigation for money laundering.
Denmark's biggest financial institution has admitted that around €200 billion of questionable money flowed through its Estonian branch from 2007-15.
Trading for almost 150 years in Switzerland, BSI was brought down by the recklessness of its overseas operations.
The world's largest financial scandal has toppled a government, threatened a currency, and revealed deeply problematic failings at a buccaneering Swiss bank.
Customers will be likely to feel the effects of the huge fine.
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The Commonwealth Bank has agreed to pay a $700 million fine over its inadvertent failure to tackle money-laundering. But the penalty is in line with punishments for far more serious violations by other banks.
Former South African president Jacob Zuma stands accused of racketeering, fraud, money laundering and corruption.
South Africans expect former president Zuma him to take responsibility and remedy his undemocratic and unconstitutional behaviour.
South African Reserve Bank deputy governor and registrar of banks, Kuben Naidoo, has the tough task of curbing money laundering.
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South Africa's Reserve Bank is facing a growing challenge of illicit financial flows and money laundering from gangs and errant businesses hell-bent on tricking regulators.
South African President Jacob Zuma. Mounting allegations of corruption at home are having international repercussions.
There are disturbing questions around the complicity - witting or unwitting - of UK global financial institutions in the transnational network set up by President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.
U.S. President Donald Trump has taught the world many lessons since his time in office – mostly on how not to govern.
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Love him or hate him, Donald Trump has shown us a great deal in his short time on the political stage. For that, we should be grateful. Here are the lessons taught by Prof. Trump.
South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld a High Court Decision to reinstate almost 800 criminal charges against President Zuma.
The Supreme Court of Appeal judgment means that South Africa's president must be prosecuted - unless the national director of public prosecutions decides again to drop the charges against him.
The Australian Transactions Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) has launched civil proceedings accusing the CBA of being complicit in money laundering.
The Australian public may be vulnerable to crime and terrorism directly funded through the Australian banking system.
Workers walk past a Lonmin Marikana platinum mine, a site that represents industrial strife in South Africa.
South Africa's mining industry is on an unsustainable trajectory and needs to undergo fundamental transformation that emphasises transparency, equity, and community participation.
We were intrigued to see what Hollywood would make of John le Carré's tale of Russian money laundering.
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The government should resist the temptation to soften monitoring efforts aimed at MPs and their families and associates.
Limitations to the flow of money to countries like Eritrea has family members in Australia worried.
With fewer options available to send much-needed money to their family overseas, migrant communities fear severe consequences.
HSBC heading for the bright lights.
Is the business models which large banks have relied upon for the last three decades dead?
Preparing for scrutiny. Wednesday’s FIFA press conference gets ready to roll.
Football's governing body and its President Sepp Blatter are used to annual meetings which run like clockwork. US and Swiss police have made sure this time it's different.
Carson Yeung: convicted of money laundering.
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How football clubs are petri dishes for attracting laundered funds, all over the world.
H is for heft.
As HSBC suffers under the scorching spotlight of public scrutiny once more, it is fair to ask why the banking group so often finds itself at the heart of the action.