Money Laundering

Who's he? He's a Church of England vicar. That's who he is. Oh, and since 2011 he's been a Lord and current Minister of State for Trade and Investment. But before that? Well before that he Chairman of the HSBC Group form 2006 to 2010 and CEO of the same group (I know that shouldn't happen, but hey, why worry about rules on ethics?) from 2003 to 2006.
A woman arrested on Monday by detectives investigating allegations of voicemail hacking has been bailed until July. Scotland
The former headteacher and deputy head of a school at the centre of claims of financial mismanagement have been charged with
A week ago a German-born, British-educated lawyer called Michael Little was arrested at Kennedy Airport as he flew into New York. Mr Little is 61, once served in the Royal Marines, and lives in the English countryside with his wife, who was with him on the flight and would have watched him being led away. Bail was set at $2 million.
James Ibori, the former governor of Delta state, Nigeria, who started his career as a cashier at Wickes has been jailed for
Coutts, the exclusive private bank used by the Queen, has been fined £8.75m for failing to protect against money laundering
A radical new approach is needed to sort out the finances of football and stamp out potential abuse from allowing in investors who are not fit to be part of our game. These ideas are the driving force behind the Football Financial Transparency Bill I introduced to the House of Commons this week.