Integrity Default Alert: EU probes collusion in banking sector

Corruption thrives in the dark, dank corners where no-one is looking, and banking is no exception. Who had heard of the LIBOR benchmark until the rate-rigging scandal erupted early last year? Now it is a byword for bad behaviour in …

Posted 27 Mar 2013 LATEST POST No Comments

EU Financial Sector

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Troubled waters: European Neighbourhood progress reports published

Today the EU published progress reports for its Neighbourhood partner countries, which also looks at reforms in governance and anti-corruption. It is no secret that the EU’s closest neighbours generally face considerable problems of corruption in their public institutions. The …

Posted 20 Mar 2013 No Comments

EU Neighbourhood Policy

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The 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive: Brussels hears what we want to talk about

Following the European Commission’s publication of a proposal for a 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, the Commission hosted a conference in Brussels 15 March to discuss the hot issues in the world of Anti-money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing (AML/CTF). Representatives …

Posted 18 Mar 2013 No Comments

EU Anti-Money Laundering

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