Five Armenians have been imprisoned in Belgium after being charged with corruption and money laundering, as part of a Belgian court investigation targeting a criminal organisation that specialises in the... read more →
The governor of the Central Bank of Latvia, Ilmars Rimsevics, has been suspended from office, days after being arrested by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (KNAB) on suspicion of accepting a... read more →
Ukraine has made tangible progress in its commitment to combating money laundering, but needs to introduce tougher legislation on corruption, according to a report by Council of Europe. In the... read more →
The Swiss financier, Alexander Studhalter, suspected of having served as a “straw man” for Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov, at the center of an extensive investigation into money laundering on the... read more →
The EU is to further strengthen money laundering rules and counter-terrorism financing legislation. New revisions to the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive agreed by the European Parliament and the European Council... read more →
Billionaire Russian businessman and senator Suleiman Kerimov has been released on bail in France following his arrest on Monday on suspicion of tax evasion relating to the purchase of multimillion-dollar... read more →
An investigation conducted by a group of European newspapers has revealed that Azerbaijan's ruling elite ran a secret €2.5 billion slush fund to pay bribes to politicians and make luxury... read more →
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