Ben Judah on London’s kleptocrats / How the U.S. repatriates stolen assets / The inner workings of anonymous companies.
Federal Reserve warns major Chinese bank, MH17 journalists hacked and harassed, and London launches foreign property ownership probe
Is Nadia Savchenko Ukraine’s new hope? China to lead on anti-corruption, London’s addiction to offshore money, and Canada criticized for dropping Magnitsky Act
A tour spotlights kleptocracy in London, congressional bills seek to combat shell companies, and Hong Kong insurance policies susceptible to money laundering
When you come from Russia with cash, many people are only too happy not to ask questions about where it came from.
Fu is now tackling another politically sensitive case, Pugachev may be arrested in the UK, and London’s housing market is infused with foreign students’ cash
Investigators name a former UN head in a Macau corruption scheme, Kremlin “volunteers” head to Syria, and the US plans for confrontation in the South China Sea
Analysts propose countermeasures to China’s cyber attacks on US institutions, the UK unveils a new anti-corruption unit, and Ukraine exposes the Russian generals leading the war in Donbas
The Global Magnitsky Act will be debated on the Senate floor, a Chinese military leader is investigated for corruption, and the US added 26 individuals to Russia sanctions
A new documentary highlights the West’s role in facilitating kleptocracy, Ukraine launches a corruption case against former President Yanukovych, and Russia and China hold naval drills in the Sea of Japan