Goldman Sachs Malaysia arm pleads guilty in 1MDB fraud Matthew Goldstein and Emily Flitter New York Times October 22, 2020
All told, Goldman will pay billions in penalties and disgorgement in Malaysia, the United States and Hong Kong for its role in the looting of the 1Malaysia Development Berhad fund.
Fincen Files: Thousands of secret suspicious activity reports offer a never-before-seen picture of corruption and complicity—and how the government lets it flourish Jason Leopold, Anthony Cormier, Jeremy Singer-Vine, Scott Pham, Richard Holmes, Azeen Ghorayshi, Michael Sallah, Tanya Kozyreva, and Emma Loop Buzzfeed News September 20, 2020
A huge trove of secret government documents reveals for the first time how the giants of Western banking move trillions of dollars in suspicious transactions, enriching themselves and their shareholders while facilitating the work of terrorists, kleptocrats, and drug kingpins. And the US government, despite its vast powers, fails to stop it.
Report documents criminality and corruption at heart of global banking system Barry Grey World Socialist Website September 22, 2020
Despite sanctions, the networks of Venezuela’s corrupt elite continue to reach the United States. Fresh revelations underscore the need to end anonymous companies, once and for all. Gary Kalman Transparency International July 2, 2020
Who is opening the gates for kleptocrats? Transparency International June 11, 2020
Dethroned Azerbaijani elites made big investments in Europe OCCRP May 30, 2020
The United Arab Emirates: A key piece in the global money laundering puzzle Transparency International May 11, 2020
Nothing to see here. Middle-men in the UK and Spain are falling short of anti-money laundering requirements. Theo van der Merwe Transparency International June 12, 2020
Rifaat al-Assad: Syrian President’s uncle jailed in France for money laundering BBC News June 17, 2020
Professional enablers of crime during crises Transparency International May 25, 2020 (Download the report from this page.)
How U.S. firms helped Africa’s richest women exploit her country’s wealth Michael Forsythe, Kyra Gurney, Scilla Alecci and Ben Hallman New York Times January 19, 2020
Doors Wide Open: Corruption and real estate in four key markets Maíra Martini Transparency International 2017 (40 page PDF file)
How the corrupt are able to purchase luxury real estate in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.