Financial Crimes News
PNB fraud case: Govt to auction rare art belonging to Nirav Modi; MF Husain's work among assets to come under hammer
Indian tax authorities raised about $8 million in an auction conducted last year by Saffronart of rare oil paintings that were seized from Modi.
Govt plans to amend Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code to ring-fence buyers of stressed assets from prosecution
In many of the cases under insolvency, the promoters are under investigation by various agencies, the sources said
PNB fraud case: Mehul Choksi fears 'mob lynching' in India; files application for cancellation of arrest warrant
Mehul Choksi, who is accused of defrauding Punjab National Bank of $2 billion along with his nephew, diamond tycoon Nirav Modi, fled India before the accusations came to light and said in Monday’s application that he could not disclose his location in public because of the threat to his life
Supreme Court strikes down stringent bail provision under Prevention of Money Laundering Act, terms it 'arbitrary'
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a stringent condition for securing bail of a person accused under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
RBI amends banking ombudsman scheme; to now include complaints on mis-selling, mobile banking from 1 July
The amendments in the Scheme shall come into force from July 1, 2017
The 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
The "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.
Indian-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.