Swedbank's growing scandal which brought about the departure of CEO Birgitte Bonnesen and Chairman Lars Idermark, could get worse with a report commissioned by the bank allegedly showing that institution filtered as much as 20 billion euros ($22.47) in dirty Russian money through its Estonian branch, much more than was previously believed
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The current indictment does not directly seek to criminalise publishing, but targets the communications between sources and journalists that make publication possible
An outside audit commissioned in the wake of the Danske Bank scandal has found that Sweden’s Swedbank failed to ensure that money was not laundered through its own Estonian branch
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party has been suspended from the European Parliament’s main centre-right European People’s Party (EPP) grouping
Non-disclosure Agreements (NDAs) that allow employers to keep sexual harassment scandals under wraps and prevent workers from going to the police will no longer be allowed under proposals put together by UK lawmakers
EU governments have agreed to override a European Commission decision to put Saudi Arabia on a blacklist of countries tied to money laundering after warnings about canceled contracts
As pressure builds on President Petro Poroshenko's government to take a stronger line on tackling corruption, US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch said Ukraine should fire its special anti-corruption prosecutor Nazar Kholodnytsk
In tough negotiations that ended in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the European Parliament and EU Council have agreed on a new EU Directive to protect whistleblowers across the Union
Whistleblowers Edward Snowden and John Kiriakou, and journalist Ewen MacAskill will feature on a “Whistleblowing and the Press” panel on Thursday, January 17 at 4 pm. The panel is part of a conference on US national security whistleblowing convened...
Dr Nick Martin, is awarded the 2019 Blueprint International Whistleblowing Prize for his role in exposing grossly inadequate conditions and lack of medical care for refugees incarcerated by the Australian government on the island of Nauru.