Vatican investigators seized documents and computers in a raid this week on the office and house of Monsignor Alberto Perlasca linked to ongoing investigation into financial and real estate investments by the Secretariat of State, according to the Holy See Press Office.
The European Council updated its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions that do not meet its tax reform requirements on Tuesday, but tax reform advocates say the list is still incomplete.
Ukraine’s National Police on Sunday detained the alleged leader of an shakedown gang on charges of extortion, handling weapons and coordinating organized crime activities.
Civil society organizations urged the participants of a conference on combating money laundering to insist on the establishment of a public register that would show who owns which company in which country.
France is facing a new problem.
Once it sells the multimillion-euro Paris mansion it seized from Teodorín Obiang, the vice-president of Equatorial Guinea who was convicted for corruption, how will it return the money to the impoverished people of his country?
Sudanese investigators have interrogated ousted President Omar al-Bashir about possible terrorist financing and money laundering, according to news reports.
Kyrgyz authorities are investigating a custom officer who could be involved in a scheme journalists of OCCRP, RFE/RL and Kloop revealed last year that saw millions of dollars being illegally funneled out of the country.
The French Financial Prosecution Office said on Wednesday it will try to determine whether the money the suspected mastermind of the murder of a Maltese journalist has allegedly used to bribe Maltese officials has anything to do with his assets in France.
Of all the people that could have been reprimanded for “significant corruption” in what is perceived to be the EU’s most corrupt member state, the US State Department appears to have blacklisted a judge last week that hardly anyone had heard of.
Poland's anti-graft agency dismantled an organized crime group suspected of money laundering, tax evasion and tax fraud, the country’s Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) said on Wednesday.