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United Kingdom Carbon-Fraud Probe Poised to Run Through 2015, PwC Says
British regulators may take 2 years onwards to complete an investigation into fraud in the carbon market as it seeks data from companies including Royal Bank of Scotland Plc and Carbon Desk Group Plc. (CO2P)
Switzerland and the United States have agreed on interpretation of FATCA
Switzerland and the U.S.A. signed the memorandum of understanding on technical and administrative interpretations of the agreement on Exchange Account Tax Reporting Act (FATCA).
Fraud Found in German Power Trading
The finance ministry in Baden-Wuerttemberg knows of at least one case of fraud in the German power market and last year investigated another potential case in the natural gas market.
Banks of Wisconsin, Closed By Regulators, Becomes 14th Bank Failure of 2013
Wisconsin had its first bank failure in over two years on Friday when state regulators closed Banks of Wisconsin, Kenosha, Wisconsin...
Bitcoin will continue to operate beyond the reach of governments and laws
The Law enforcement caught up with money laundering hub Liberty Reserve but will struggle with the decentralized online currencies
DFSA Censures Saxo Bank for Client Take-On and AML Systems and Controls Failings
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) today censured Saxo Bank Dubai Limited (SBDL) for its failure to comply with the DFSA's Rules regarding the on-boarding of clients.
SEC: Wyly Brothers Used Offshore Secrecy Havens to Hide $550 Million
Charges were filed in Federal Court Thursday against a pair of billionaire brothers and two of their abettors alleging securities fraud and targeting more than $550 million held in the Cayman Islands and the Isle of Mann.
Counterfeit ATMs
Beijing police shut down a fake automated teller machine (ATM) that was used to steal bankcard information...
Dubai, While Enforcing Sanctions on Iran, Finds Less Reason to Push Anti-Money Laundering Crackdown
Dubaiís economic downturn has made the emirate more cooperative in enforcing international sanctions but has also given the emirate less incentive to crack down hard on regional money laundering, say analysts.
UAE holds seven in $10 billion bank scam
Abu Dhabi police have arrested seven men for plotting to defraud the UAE central bank of $10.17 billion using false documents, the state news agency WAM said on Saturday.
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