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Jun 27, 2017
RBI amends banking ombudsman scheme; to now include complaints on mis-selling, mobile banking from 1 JulyThe amendments in the Scheme shall come into force from July 1, 2017
Jan 19, 2016
Sri Lanka skipper Mathews records statement in Perera-Herath case; wants cricket cleanMathews clarified the investigation was into the bookie approach, which his team-mates duly reported, and not over players' possible involvement in match-fixing.
Jan 15, 2016
Sri Lanka police quiz Kusal Perera and Rangana Herath over alleged match-fixing scandalSri Lankan players Kusal Perera and Rangana Herath have been questioned by the Financial Crime Investigation Division (FCID) over an alleged match-fixing scandal
Nov 26, 2013
Tax evasion: whopping Rs 3000 cr of black money detected in India this yrThe Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB), the nodal agency under Finance Ministry for gathering and disseminating intelligence related to financial crimes, has culled out 174 cases between January and July this year involving tax evasion and routing of blackmoney, the sources said today
Nov 19, 2013
Virtual currencies vulnerable to money laundering: US JusticeMany virtual currency services do not have the proper controls in place to prevent money laundering and stop bad actors...
Nov 12, 2013
Financial crimes are pervasive threat to economy, says CBI directorThe "pervasive" threat of financial crimes and corruption is a challenge to the country's economy and global efforts are required to combat this menace, CBI chief Ranjit Sinha today said.
Oct 23, 2013
Oracle Helps Banks Deal With Financial Crime And Comply With New RegulationsOracle's solutions allow banks to expand their threat detection and management capabilities and facilitate compliance with RBI mandates.
Aug 27, 2013
US regulators, Bitcoin group discuss digital currencyU.S. regulators and law enforcement agencies met on Monday with an advocacy group for Bitcoin, a digital currency that has been under fire for its purported role...
Jun 01, 2013
Digital currency firms forced to adpot anti-money laundering rulesAs regulators tighten the screws, businesses built around digital currencies are trying to satisfy new monitoring requirements without letting public enthusiasm for the technology-based concept slip away.
Feb 03, 2012
Indian-American activist-attorney appears on Time coverIndian-American attorney Preet Bharara has made it to the cover of the Time magazine for his crusade against Wall Street corruption and irregularities including insider trading.