Researches about Ukraine

Kleptocracy Daily: September 7, 2016

Kleptocracy Initiative

U.S. prosecutors are reconsidering their deferred prosecution settlement with HSBC, questioning whether it has sufficiently tightened controls after a major 2012 scandal. After lapses in Iran-related anti-money laundering measures, Standard Chartered bank is likely to remain under U.S. supervision. (Reuters, Bloomberg)
A UK inquest into the suspicious death of a Russian whistleblower near London has been delayed while the government tries to prevent certain documents being made public. (Business Insider)
Kremlin-backed hackers targeting the U.S. election may also have attacked Ukrainian and Turkish political parties. (DefenseOne)
Russian law enforcement agencies detained two associates of Viktor Vekselberg for corruption, and raided the firm which …read more

Source: Kleptocracy Initiative

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