Global Roundup

Under this category you will find the news related to frauds in the various countries across the world

Lernout & Hauspie

June 2000: Lernout & Hauspie reports 1999's revenue of $143.2 million from South Korea and Singapore, up from less than $300,000 in the prior year. August 2000: The Wall Street Journal reports...

KPMG to Pay $456 Million for Criminal Violations

The United States Government alleges KPMG and its partners committed tax-shelter fraud by selling illicit deals and then misleading the IRS about the transactions it orchestrated for wealthy individuals between 1996...

SEC Charges China Sky One Medical and Top Executive with Inflating Financial Results through...

Securities and Exchange Commission today filed suit in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, charging China-based China Sky One Medical, Inc. (CSKI) and its CEO and chairman Yan-qing...

Serious Fraud office investigate Rolls Royce

British aerospace and defence firm Rolls Royce is co-operating with fraud investigators over allegations of bribery and corruption involving intermediaries in China and Indonesia, the company says. Rolls Royce said it had...
canara bank

Financial Conduct Authority fines Canara Bank

Financial services firms are required to maintain robust anti-money laundering (AML) systems and controls, since they are at risk from those seeking to launder the proceeds of crime or to finance...

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