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Vatican Bank allegedly under investigation for money laundering

Vatican Bank allegedly under investigation for money laundering Italian weekly investigative magazine “Panorama” has claimed in its 4 December issue that the Vatican Bank is under investigation for suspected money laundering via accounts held at one of Italy’s largest banks, the UniCredit Group.  The magazine claims that prosecutors are probing transactions totalling 180 million euros […]

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2009 Corruption Perception Index released by Transparency international

2009 Corruption Perception Index released by Transparency international –  NGO Transparency International* has released its 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index [CPI], which shows their estimates of the ranking and score of countries in their perceived level of public-sector corruption. The UK came in tied with Japan at 17, and the United States at 19. Somalia came […]

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Penalised for failing to conduct basic employee checks

Insurance Brokerage Firm penalised for failing to conduct basic checks – London, 3rd December 2009. The Financial Services Authority has banned two insurance brokers for colluding to conceal a criminal conviction. The FSA also cancelled permission for an Insurance Brokerage firm to carry on regulated activities. Margaret Cole, the FSA’s director of enforcement and financial […]

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Two insurance brokers have been banned

Two insurance brokers have been banned for attempting to cover up a criminal record for fraud. Brothers Faraz Ahmed Siddique and Waqas Ahmed Siddique were found to have worked to coverup Waqas’s conviction for fraud. AdvertisementHe was charged with conspiracy to defraud in March 2007, and applied for FSAapproval one month later to perform controlled […]

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Mortgage fraud arrests made by Nottingham police

Nottinghamshire Police’s Fraud and Financial Investigation Unit have today (1 December) arrested several people in connection with a major fraud investigation. Assisted by City of London Fraud Squad officers, warrants were executed at eight addresses, which resulted in six people being arrested. Two premises are also being searched in the north west of England. According […]

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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) – New Disclosure Opportunity (NDO)

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is giving taxpayers with offshore investments more time to come forward under the New Disclosure Opportunity (NDO) or risk being investigated. The New Disclosure Opportunity, announced in the April Budget, required taxpayers with undisclosed overseas income to first notify HMRC of an intention to disclose and then send in full […]

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SOCA publishes Suspicious Activity Reports Regime Annual Report

SOCA publishes Suspicious Activity Reports Regime Annual Report The Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) has published the Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) Regime Committee Annual Report. The report is the Committee’s assessment, for Home Office and Treasury Ministers, of the operation of the SARs regime from October 2008 to end of September 2009. http://www.soca.gov.uk/assessPublications/downloads/SARs_Annual_Report_2009.pdf FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail

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Walker Review on corporate governance in financial institutions

On the 26th November Sir David Walker published his Final Recommendations on corporate governance in UK banks and other financial institutions (BOFIs). These set out the final conclusions and recommendations following consultation on his preliminary report published in July. The Final Recommendations aim to bring about significant cultural and organisational changes in corporate governance. The […]

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