Kleptocracy Daily: March 13, 2017

The latest on KI.org: Marius Laurinavičius discusses how Europe can help defend U.S. democracy, and why we should stay engaged in Europe. 


Members of the Committee on Financial Services have called on their chairman to investigate Deutsche Bank’s Russian money laundering scheme. (Guardian)

The European Union is expected to extend sanctions against dozens of individuals and entities over Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula. (RFE/RL)

A Putin ally buys a black sea oyster farm that is linked to the president. (Moscow Times)

New Zealand’s PM says that the country’s new anti-money laundering rules will have a “significant impact” on people using the property industry to launder money. (NBR)


Will the FCPA lose its bite under President Trump? (Quartz)