As reports continue to roll in about money laundering scandals at EU banks, European Parliament lawmakers have said that the bloc needs a dedicated police force to combat the problem
Petitions with more than a quarter of a million signatures handed in to European Parliament rapporteur Virginie Rozière
Swiss Bank UBS has been fined a record 4.5 billion euros ($5.1 billion), effectively wiping out the bank’s entire profits for 2018. The Paris criminal court found that the bank had unlawfully provided its clients with services to hide...
Having ousted the country's anti-corruption chief for what some saw as politically motivated reasons, Romania’s government is now trying to prevent Laura Codruța Kövesi from being named the European Union's top prosecutor with allegations of misconduct and bribery at...
With money laundering scandals hitting many of the European Union’s biggest banks, concerns have been growing that cryptocurrency is becoming a popular choice for criminals wanting to hide cash
An enormous security breach has led to personal information and documents belonging to hundreds of German politicians, being posted online, leaving the country’s security experts scrambling to find out how. A twenty year old man reportedly admitted to German...
The conduct of corruption prosecutors is now itself the subject of an official probe as investigations into alleged bribery by the Swiss pharmaceutical company deepen
Problems at Romania's anticorruption agency highlight continuing concerns about the rule of law in the country, as it assumes the rotating EU Presidency
Bankers across the Union are seeing the ramifications of multiple money-laundering scandals and disappointing financial results
Golden Visas in which EU countries sell residency permits and passports for the bloc to rich foreigners can be used by criminals to hide their activity and launder money, officials have warned
While the EU is looking for ways to protect whistleblowers, bills offering them safeguards in Cyprus have languished while agencies have wrangled over privacy versus the public’s right to know.
FYROM ex-Premier Nikola Gruevski, a fugitive in Hungary where he fled after being convicted of corruption, oversaw dozens of dodgy dealswith his right-wing VMRO-DPMNE party, a special prosecutor has found