Friday, January 18, 2013

Links Jan 18

Spanish government: New scandal of corruption and dirty money El Mundo
More on a story linked yesterday, reporting that the Popular Party was part financed for years with dirty money by the former party treasurer, routed via a Swiss bank account and a Panama company.

Greece In Tax Evasion Probe Of Ex-Chancellor Sky News
Greece's parliament has voted to launch a criminal investigation into allegations that a former finance minister mishandled the "Lagarde list" of suspected tax cheats, erasing the names of three of his relatives.

The neoliberal resistance Cronista (In Spanish)
On the Think 20 meeting at the G20 December 2012 sessions in Russia - Jorge Gaggero, the Think 20 participant for Argentina, critiques the proceedings and outcomes.

U.S.: Treasury and IRS Issue Final Regulations to Combat Offshore Tax Evasion U.S. Department of the Treasury
On implementing the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

South Korea: Customs agency to toughen clampdown on offshore tax evasion Yonhap News Agency

Italy launches data system to combat tax evasion Live Trading News

Channel Islands Collaboration Taking Shape Tax-News

Finland weighs into Cyprus laundering row Famagusta Gazette

US Senate panel to hold anti-money laundering hearing TrustLaw

JPMorgan Said to Face Order to Tighten Money-Laundering Controls Bloomberg Businessweek

The Untouchables PBS Frontline

Coming up on Jan 22, an investigation into why Wall Street’s leaders have escaped prosecution for any fraud related to the sale of bad mortgages.

HSBC Laundering Charges The Colbert Report

"Just to show how sorry they are for funding murder, HSBC decides to partially defer bonus compensation for senior officials."


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