Kleptocracy Daily: July 5, 2017


A new multinational center to coordinate law enforcement action against grand corruption, The International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre, launched today; it is hosted by the UK’s National Crime Agency, and brings together specialist law enforcement officers from multiple jurisdictions into a single location to tackle allegations of grand corruption.

China will prosecute the former president of the People’s Insurance Co of China Ltd after an investigation found he engaged in corrupt practices including bribery.


Three years ago, the poorest country in Europe was nearly bankrupted by a massive bank heist. Secretive Scottish companies were found to be at the heart of the scam – so is action coming?

Why Putin won’t be able to stop the rising tide of protest.

WaPo op-ed: No justice after the coldblooded murder of a Russian opposition leader.