Bradley Birkenfeld, the former Swiss banker who became an IRS whistleblower and was awarded $104 million after serving a U.S. prison sentence, wants his probation to end early so he can move back to Europe.… Continue Reading
A former Arkansas judge pleaded guilty to bribery last week for accepted a campaign donation in exchange for reducing a jury verdict against a nursing home.
Michael Maggio was a judge on the Faulkner County Circuit Court.… Continue Reading
Secretary of State John Kerry was in Sofia Thursday, where he told Bulgaria’s leaders they need to step up the fight against corruption because it has allowed Russia to exert too much influence.… Continue Reading
Leonard Glenn Francis is scheduled to change his plea to guilty in an appearance Thursday at 2:45 pm before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jan Adler in San Diego, according to the federal court docket and calendar, U-T San Diego said.… Continue Reading
As many as 60 alleged associates of Uzbekistan’s first daughter have been convicted of financial fraud and sentenced to long prison terms recently.
Those involved reportedly include managers, bookkeepers, and other employees of three industrial facilities with ties to Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of President Islam Karimov, an Uzbek official told RFE/RL.… Continue Reading
A policeman now serving a seven-year prison term for running a crime gang was caught after other police saw him come to work in a Ferrari worth $257,000.… Continue Reading
Job Title: Chief Compliance Officer
Employer: BNY Mellon
Location: New York, NY
Overseeing all aspects of an investment advisory compliance program including but not limited to: Supervising the annual review of policies and procedures and providing a written report to support the Rule206(4) -7 review.… Continue Reading
The former chief compliance officer of WG Trading Company won’t serve time in prison after she helped prosecutors jail the firm’s two partners for a $554 million fraud scheme.… Continue Reading
The exuberant bromance between New Jersey governor Chris Christie and Jerry Jones, owner of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, is raising ethics and conflict-of-interest red flags.
Jones flew the governor and presidential aspirant on his private jet to a Cowboys game on January 4 in Dallas and entertained him in a luxury sky box.… Continue Reading