All posts tagged "money laundering"
Former Puerto Rico Sports & Recreation secretary pleads guilty to fraud
Indicted for receiving kickbacks, fraud and money laundering
- Posted October 1, 2019
FBI seeks tips on Puerto Rico gov’t contracts probe
Cautions about 'laundering of proceeds of government fraud'
- Posted June 28, 2019
EU Council withdraws support for dirty money blacklist
After 27 of 28 EU countries objected, general EC secretariat said it 'was not established in a transparent and resilient process'
- Posted March 8, 2019
Puerto Rico gov’t: European countries reject new inclusions in dirty money list
Puerto Rico, other jurisdictions expected to be removed in European Council's March 7 meeting
- Posted March 4, 2019
Local Banking Industry Denounces P.R.’s Inclusion in Laundering Blacklist
Says European Commission Move is Contrary to Gov’t Actions to Create Jobs, Economic Activity; Must Defend Island to the End
- Posted February 22, 2019
Puerto Rico mayor indicted for conversion of federal funds, fraud and money laundering
Two former municipal employees indicted and arrested
- Posted July 5, 2018
Lawmakers question Trump ties to Panama project linked to laundering, trafficking
Brazilian man responsible for much of advance sales for Trump building under investigation for international money laundering
- Posted March 5, 2018
Judge proceeds in case against ex-President Fernandez
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — A federal judge has formally charged former Argentina President Cristina Fernandez and her two children with money laundering and running a criminal association that received bribes from businesspeople. Judge Claudio Bonadio also ordered...
- Posted April 4, 2017
Swiss watchdog: Probes of money laundering jump in 2016
BERN, Switzerland – Switzerland’s financial markets watchdog says it investigated 22 breaches of money laundering requirements last year, from nine in 2015, as the Alpine country seeks to combat the growing risk of corruption linked to assets...
- Posted April 4, 2017
US, Cuban Interior Ministry sign law-enforcement deal
HAVANA – The Obama administration and Cuba’s Interior Ministry have agreed to share information on international criminal activity such as terrorism, human trafficking and money laundering despite Republican objections to U.S. law-enforcement cooperation with President Raul Castro’s...
- Posted January 17, 2017