Tougher penalties proposed for tax avoidance 'enablers'

The UK Treasury has proposed harsher penalties for accountants and advisers found to have enabled tax avoidance.

People of significant control: significant but only part of the picture

Information on "People of significant control" (PSC) has become yet another piece of the ownership jigsaw for Bureau van Dijk's databases.

New foreign bribery laws take effect in South Korea

South Korea has adopted a law designed to prevent bribery of foreign officials.

Australian govt creates team to tackle online money laundering

AUSTRAC has established a new cyber team to combat money laundering and financial fraud.

OECD welcomes Mexico's anti-corruption efforts

The OECD has welcomed the recent enactment of new anti-corruption laws in Mexico.

Singapore launches specialist AML unit

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has launched a dedicated unit to tackle money laundering.

Nigeria urged to turn anti-corruption commitments into action

Nigeria must turn its commitments to tackle corruption into concrete action, a UK diplomat has said.

When property gets too hot: investigating ownership for your CDD obligations

With regulators and investigators clamping down harder and harder on money laundering in the property sector, how can estate agents get to the bottom of true ownership? We look at this vexed issue.

Businesses could do more to eradicate conflict minerals in their supply chains

Many businesses could be doing more to improve their efforts to eradicate conflict minerals from their supply chains, recent research has indicated.

£32m London property among assets targeted in anti-corruption probe

A £32 million townhouse in Belgravia is among the assets the US Department of Justice is trying to seize as part of an anti-corruption investigation.

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