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more Guns & Money, Bribery, Money Laundering, Major Insolvencies, Drug Dealing … and the week is just half way over

Posted by William Byrnes on July 31, 2014


Wednesday’s articles

the secret language of LIBOR traders exposed

DOJ wants more time to examine Barclays

Morgan Stanley pays $275 million fine & disgorgement for $2.5 billion of sub-prime backed securities sales

Analysis of the 88,000 Financial Firms on the IRS’ GIIN List for FATCA

FATCA Expanded Affiliated Group (EAG) by Country – the FFI List

FACTA in Swiss Finance Transactions

FATCA Compliance Guide Download

MOnday and Tuesday articles

Guns & Money – Smith & Wesson pays $2 million for bribery

Banco Espírito Santo’s former CEO arrested for Money Laundering & Tax Evasion as bank reports Portugal’s largest loss, Espirito Santo Financial Group seeks creditor protection

Guinea mining FCPA bribery investigation nets first jail sentence

Substantial money laundering penalties but not tax collection from OVDI disclosures

4th guilty plea in Indonesia bribery FCPA case

BOA settles alleged narco kingpin violations for $16 million

SunTrust Admits Issuing Mass Denials After Throwing Away Thousand of Customers Unopened Files

Lloyds Banking Group Will Pay $370 Million, Admits Criminal Wrongdoing

FTC seizes law firm assets, alleges $35 million fees bilked from distressed homeowners

Is FedEx a drug dealer? The $2.4 billion question

Tax Inversions: The Basics

Lionel Messi to be Prosecuted for Alleged Tax Evasion of $5.4 million

One Response to “more Guns & Money, Bribery, Money Laundering, Major Insolvencies, Drug Dealing … and the week is just half way over”

  1. …staying focused…thank you.

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