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Willful Defaulters: Have money, won't pay - Madhura Karnik

A wilful defaulter is one who fails to repay the lender despite being able to, or uses the funds meant for repayment for other activities. – Madhura Karnik… 247 more words

India

We Need Special Courts to Fight Financial Crimes - Abimbola Adeseyoju

“What has changed for me is the reduction in the acts of impunity. One major factor responsible for the pervasive corruption we have in Nigeria is the culture of impunity that goes with it; the impression that some people are above the law. 1,473 more words

Nigeria

EFCC freezes Tompolo’s N3 billion account

EFCC agents on Tuesday froze a bank account allegedly belonging to a wanted ex-militant, Government Ekemupolo a.k.a. Tompolo. Reports say the agency found N3bn in the alleged account of Tompolo and froze it pending the outcome of court processes. 88 more words

EFCC

Drivers & Impacts of Derisking

The FCA is interested in the circumstances around banks closing customers’ accounts, or restricting access for new customers, over the last few years. It wishes to know more about… 871 more words

Financial Crimes

Bill and Hillary Clinton -- Yet another book: 'Unfortunately for them and for the United States of America, there is never enough to satisfy addicts'.

By CAROLINE HOWE FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 07:36 EST, 10 June 2016 | UPDATED: 08:36 EST, 10 June 2016

Dolly Kyle met Bill Clinton on a golf course in Hot Springs, Arkansas in the summer of 1959 when she was 11 years old and he was 12. 1,764 more words

EU & US Sign "Umbrella" agreement to protect personal data transferred by law-enforcement authorities for detecting criminal offences, like tax evasion, & terrorism

The EU-U.S. Ministerial Meeting on Justice and Home Affairs, hosted by the Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the European Union, took place in Amsterdam.  This meeting is… 669 more words

FATCA

San Francisco hedge fund allegedly sold $9.3 million of fake pre-IPO shares of Uber, Airbnb and more

There are bad investments, and then there is JSG Capital.

The San Francisco, California-based “hedge fund” raised more than $9.3 million from investors selling fake pre-IPO shares in Uber, Airbnb and Alibaba, according to the Department of Justice. 289 more words