Daily Corruption News: 10 July 2012

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 10 July 2012

Today's top story

Global: Watchdog tells "opaque" finance sector to open up
Reuters (TI mention)

Big banks and insurers, which played a central role in the global financial crisis, need to be more open about their operations, a Berlin-based corruption watchdog said on Tuesday.

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Global: US Senate panel plans HSBC money laundering hearing

Global: BP terminates deal with contractor after Azeri fraud allegations
Bloomberg Businessweek

Israel: Ehud Olmert convicted in corruption case
The Guardian

UK: Elections watchdog to review need for voter ID at polling stations
Press Association

Multimedia of the week

Global: GlaxoSmithKline fraud case: Does crime pay?
Al Jazeera English

Blogs and opinion

Global: A rare chance to fix the rot in banking
CNN (TI mention)

Czech Republic: Czech corruption continued
The Economist

Mexico: Alejandro Salas: What role will Mexico's future president play?
Fox News Latino (TI mention)

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Shining a light on the world's biggest companies

News: Transparency International calls on Russia to reject Draconian amendments to laws governing NGOs

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