Swedbank ex-CEO Indicted for Financial Crimes

Swedish prosecutors indicted on Tuesday the former CEO of Swedbank with aggravated swindling for downplaying suspected massive money-laundering through the bank’s operations in the Baltic states.

Will the UN Start to Take Cybercrime Seriously?

The U.N. is set to begin negotiations between its member states to establish legal instruments to confront the growing scourge of cybercrime, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime announced, adding that the discussion could be tough as countries have different ideas of what constitutes a cybercrime.

Bombardier Executive Acquitted of Bribery in Azerbaijan Deal

A Swedish court cleared on Wednesday a former business area manager at engineering giant Bombardier of corruption charges, arguing that prosecutors could not prove that Thomas Bimer offered a multimillion dollar bribe to secure a railway deal in Azerbaijan.