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Singapore to pursue more cases of complex cross-border money laundering

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

SINGAPORE said it will pursue more cases of complex cross-border money laundering on the back of a fresh report from an inter-governmental body that looks at countering illicit fund flows and terrorism financing, a joint statement from three regulatory agencies on Tuesday showed. 250 more words

Money Matters

After the Bump in the Road, Back to Planning

Welcome back to another edition of From Dundalk to Dublin in Under 2K.

Sorry I haven’t written in a while. My planning hit a snag earlier this summer when my mom fell ill. 603 more words


Housing News of Interest

6 Home Projects That Cost Less Than a TV
Giving your home a little extra “umph” doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars. In fact, you can dramatically improve the looks of your home for less than the cost of a new TV. 163 more words

Housing Economics


If you’ve decided you want to finance your new ATV, motorcycle/scooter, utility vehicle or personal watercraft, you’re not alone. Seventy percent of motorcyclists finance theirs. 109 more words


Moving towards a standardised “energy efficient mortgage” in Europe

Following the previous post on financing, Priyanka Shrestha writes on the Energy Live News website about an initiative that has been launched in Europe on energy efficiency mortgages. 275 more words

Energy Efficiency

How do we pay for the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy?

This is a question perplexing many these days. Whether we are paying for adaptation or mitigation measures, the bill keeps rising. Henry M. Paulson Jr., a former Treasury secretary and chief executive of Goldman Sachs, writes an important opinion piece in the New York Times about how governments must create conditions that encourage private investment in clean technologies and sustainable development. 840 more words

Climate Change