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NEWS 23 August 2017

Ceo Convicted of Fraud Costing Investors $750m
By Azizur Rahman.
A former chief executive officer of US medical device company ArthroCare Corporation has been convicted of helping orchestrate a fraud scheme that led to shareholder losses of over $750 million. Read more

NEWS 23 August 2017

Australia to Extend Money Laundering Rules
By Azizur Rahman.
Australia is to extend its anti-money laundering (AML) rules to cover domestic digital currency exchanges. Read more

NEWS 21 August 2017

How to Use Digital Technology to Protect Your Business from Fraud
By Azizur Rahman.
Organised crime costs the UK at least £24bn a year, according to the Home Office. Read more

NEWS 17 August 2017

Petrofac Creates a Compliance Board
By Azizur Rahman.
UK oilfield services firm Petrofac is to establish a compliance and ethics board while it continues to be investigated for fraud. Read more

NEWS 17 August 2017

SFO to Decide on Rolls-royce Charges in 2018
By Azizur Rahman.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) expects to decide next year whether to file criminal charges regarding its bribery investigation into Rolls-Royce. Read more

NEWS 9 August 2017

“most Hated Man’’ Shkreli Convicted of Fraud
By Azizur Rahman.
Former pharmaceutical chief executive Martin Shkreli, once dubbed America’s most hated man, has been found guilty of three counts of securities fraud after being investigated by the FBI. Read more

NEWS 9 August 2017

Bank Accused of Allowing Automated Deposit Machines to Aid Money Laundering
By Azizur Rahman.
Australia’s Commonwealth Bank is accused of 53,700 breaches of anti-money laundering laws for failing to act on suspicions that its intelligent deposit machines were used by drug syndicates. Read more

NEWS 9 August 2017

Prosecutors Seek 12 Years Jail for Samsung Heir in Bribery Trial
By Azizur Rahman.
South Korean prosecutors are seeking a 12-year jail sentence for Lee Jae-yong, heir to the Samsung empire, over his alleged involvement in large-scale bribery Lee has taken to the witness stand for the first time since his trial began in April. Read more