The new boss of Germany’s embattled anti-money laundering office wants to restore confidence in the organization after a chaotic start and chase dirty cash in the property market.
Internal communications show German carmakers cooperated to sell diesel cars that had small emissions cleaning tanks. An additive -- AdBlue -- is the star in the inquiries.
The Financial Intelligence Unit is overworked and understaffed, say police and prosecutors. Staff only pass on tips six months after crimes are committed, creating a "security catastrophe."
Prosecutors are hunting their biggest scalp yet in the Dieselgate scandal, arresting Audi CEO Rupert Stadler. The carmaker already has a replacement, Handelsblatt has learned.
German prosecutors raided Rupert Stadler’s home and revealed he is a target of the investigation into emissions cheating at the Volkswagen subsidiary.
A Baltic money laundering scandal shines a light on the faulty controls of EU banks. In Germany, the answer lies with upgrades to crumbling technology, rather than hiring compliance managers.
German drug makers boast that their self-regulatory organization has a strict code of conduct. In practice, though, it's more lax than its US counterpart.
Dieselgate rages on as car owners sue Volkswagen and judges up and down the country condemn the former industrial icon.
XXXX LAWSUIT; DO NOT REPUBLISH; SEE NOTE FROM LEGAL DEPT XXXX The 2013 sale of 32,000 apartments owned by Bavaria's state bank is raising eyebrows as new details have led to allegations of Russian money laundering in connection with the deal.
Authorities are trying to figure out why the carmaker allegedly shipped thousands of vehicles to Asia all with the same identification number.