Daily Corruption News: 28 June 2012

Filed under - Private sector

Posted 28 June 2012

Today's top story

Global: Big banks targeted as rate-fixing probe widens
MSNBC

An international probe into alleged interest rate fixing that led to $453 million in fines against Barclays Bank is taking aim at four other banks, including Citigroup, UBS, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland, British officials said Thursday.



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Global: Mercedes could quit F1 over bribery scandal
GMM

Global:  U.S. bars business with four in Hezbollah laundering link
Reuters

Global: SEC files fraud charges against hedge fund manager
Associated Press

Global: EU insists Montenegro fight corruption to join
The New York Times

Mongolia: Mongolia's new wealth and rising corruption is tearing the nation apart
The Guardian (TI mention)

Namibia: Namibia: Plenty of corruption occurs below the radar
New Era

Egypt: Egypt court jails ex-oil minister for corruption
Reuters

Switzerland: Swiss expand powers of anti-money laundering team
Reuters

USA: Court: Bernard Madoff's brother to plead guilty
Associated Press



Blogs and opinion

Global: Barclays bank: too big to obey the rules
The Guardian



News from Transparency International

Web feature: Are we there yet? The World Bank's anti-corruption record

On the blog: Wanted: A replacement for "petty"





Topic - Private sector   
Tags - banking   |   corporate accountability   

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