Daily Corruption News: 14 January 2016

Filed under - Access to information

Posted 14 January 2016

Today's top story

US: US will track secret buyers of luxury real estate
The New York Times

Concerned about illicit money flowing into luxury real estate, the Treasury Department said Wednesday that it would begin identifying and tracking secret buyers of high-end properties.

More news

Global: China returns corruption suspect from Britain

Global: Ex-football boss in Americas pleads not guilty to U.S. bribery charges

Global: Here are the financial implications of the $300 million loot set to be returned to Nigeria
Ventures Africa

Global: IAAF: Athletics body under attack as pressure grows on Lord Coe

Brazil: Brazil graft allegations reach 3 ex-presidents
Buenos Aires Herald

Nigeria: Former Niger Delta militant Tompolo summoned to Lagos court

Russia: Russia highway robbery: Official 'stole 50km road'

Blogs and opinion

Kazakhstan: Alex Nisengolts: Corruption hinders Kazakhstan reforms
The FCPA Blog

News from Transparency International

On the web: Mannekin tax: Belgian tax schemes show the need for public reporting
Press release: Media advisory: Corruption Perceptions Index to be launched 27 January 2016

Country / Territory - United States   
Region - Americas   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Access to information   |   Accountability   |   Governance   |   Land management   |   Law enforcement   |   Organised crime   |   Politics and government   |   Private sector   
Tags - shell companies   |   Real estate   |   U.S. Department of Treasury   

Stay informed

Related news

G20, China, corruption and asset recovery

Behind the headlines at the G20 conference, the first hosted in China, is a new proposal by the Chinese on fighting corruption.

Calling all Southern African land and anti-corruption activists!

Call for applicants with powerful solutions to fight corruption in Africa’s land sector


Transparency International: LuxLeaks whistleblower Antoine Deltour should not face prosecution

Transparency International demands that whistleblowers should be protected from retaliation, including prosecution. Antoine Deltour, the whistlblower ...