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Has Europe’s highest court made it harder to sanction the assets of Russian oligarchs?
Anti-money-laundering campaigners say that a recent decision by the European Court of Justice is a blow against financial transparency.
Washington aims to monitor all-cash deals to crack down on money laundering
The Treasury Department is seeking public input on a plan to increase oversight of all-cash real estate transactions to try to crack down on money laundering.
Why are banks letting corrupt money pass through their systems?
BuzzFeed senior Investigative reporter Jason Leopold talks about how and why banks have allegedly let trillions of ill-gotten money pass through their hands without taking action.
How can the government fight money laundering? Let's count the ways.
Government resources can't keep up with transactions banks flag as fishy.
Troika Laundromat used shell companies to hide billions, report says
The editor of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project describes how the complex system worked.
How China became a hot spot for money laundering
One con man got away with millions.
Drug cartels have an offer you can (and should) refuse
Mexican drug cartels increasingly use small businesses in the U.S. to launder their criminal revenues.
Barclays shuts down cash transfer businesses to prevent money laundering
Some fear the closures could hurt immigrants -- Somali expatriates in particular -- who rely on the transfer services to send funds back home.
Money laundering goes virtual? U.S. accuses Liberty Reserve of moving billions
The Feds have accused Liberty Reserve of moving $6 billion for criminals involved in credit card fraud and Ponzi schemes by converting cash to virtual currency.
Where will money launderers turn after Cyprus?
The recent crisis in Cyprus threw the spotlight on its reputation as a haven for money launderers. Now, some dodgy investors with money its banks have taken a hit. Where can they turn now to shelter their ill-gotten goods?