Money Laundering

Krejčíř chce zpátky do Česka, v JAR nabízí přiznání ke všem činům

Radovan Krejčíř wants to come back to the Czech Republic, he offers a confession to all his crimes. The czech citizen Radovan Krejčíř, who was judged in the Rebublic of South Africa (RSA), requested for a transportation back to the Czech Republic. Previous attempts of the Czech Republic to get him back were denied because of his bribery of the main judge. Now he changed his mind and he wants to confess to all his crimes in exchange for parallel ten years sentences. In a brief to the NPA (National Prosecuting Authority), his new lawyer, Eric Bryer, stated, that Krejčíř wants to confess to all his crimes in exchange for parallel ten years sentences, but he wants to be trasported back to Czech Republic, which agreed according to his czech lawyers. In the brief is also mentioned, that Radovan Krejčíř had corruption deals with highly ranked policie and justice offcials and he will také the stand against them, but only in the safety from the Czech Republic. He faces to six cirminal accusation and was already convicted for a kidnapping and a murder to 35 years in prison.

Tax-News.com: EU Authorities Make Arrests In VAT Fraud Sting

Law enforcement agencies from twelve member states and Europol have arrested members of a group responsible for value-added tax fraud worth EUR320m (USD348m).
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Kenya's president says banks will lose licenses for money laundering

Banks that break Kenya's anti-Money Laundering rules will lose their licenses, President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Monday in his annual address to the nation.
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Inadequate dirty money regulation 'leaves UK open to terror funds' - report

Britain's "woefully inadequate" anti-Money Laundering system has left the country wide open to corrupt money and terrorism funds and needs radical overhaul, a leading anti-Corruption group said on Monday.
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U.S. money landering probe into Deutsche Moscow unit widens - FT

U.S. regulators are expanding their probe into Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE)(DB.N) as a Money Laundering investigation of a Moscow unit has widened into possible sanctions violations, the Financial Times reported, citing sources.
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HSBC whistleblower Falciani fails to appear at Swiss trial

Herve Falciani, a former employee of HSBC's (HSBA.L) Swiss private bank who leaked information on clients and their tax situation, failed to appear at his Swiss trial on Monday, forcing it to be rescheduled.

HSBC loses senior anti-money laundering compliance executive

A senior player in HSBC's push to improve the way it polices transactions for criminal activity left the British bank late last month, creating a possible gap in leadership as it seeks to satisfy compliance demands from U.S. regulators and the U.S. Department of Justice.
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Coke, McDonald's join sponsor call for FIFA's Blatter to resign

Major soccer sponsors on Friday issued coordinated calls for the immediate resignation of fifa president Sepp Blatter in the most significant move by companies supporting the sport since a Bribery and Corruption scandal erupted at world football's governing body last May.
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FIFA sponsors Coca-Cola, McDonald's call on Blatter to resign

Coca-Cola Co and McDonald's, on Friday called for the immediate resignation of fifa president Sepp Blatter a week after Swiss authorities said they were opening a criminal investigation into the head of the world soccer body.In quick succession, the major sponsors of fifa released statements demanding Blatter step down, in the strongest sign yet companies that have long linked their brand names to the global sport will push for change in the organisation.
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Former FIFA powerbroker Warner banned for life

Trinidadian Jack Warner, once one of the most powerful men in world football, has been banned from all football-related activities for life, the ethics committee of the global governing body fifa said on Tuesday.
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