Kleptocracy Daily: May 5, 2017

The latest on KI’s website: Casey Michel talks to Laure Brillaud of Transparency International about a new report on European anti-money laundering efforts.


Congress has authorized a new $100 million effort to counter “Russian influence and aggression” and to support civil society organizations in Europe and Eurasia.

The mystery behind a Flynn associate’s quiet work for the Trump campaign.

It was announced last week that Peking University has purchased a site in Oxford and plans to open a branch of its business school in the city by 2018.

The former Chief Compliance Officer of MoneyGram International, Inc. reached a settlement with FinCEN and the DOJ after he was held personally responsible for his company’s anti-money laundering failures.

The three groups of untouchables in China’s corruption crackdown.

A Spanish court is probing 7 former executives of HSBC’s private Swiss bank on suspicion of money laundering following an investigation of documents in the Swissleaks scandal.


Michael Weiss talks to Congressman Rohrabacher about Russian money laundering with alleged ex-spy in Berlin.