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A net total of $543.79 million in foreign portfolio investments flows out, in contrast to the $178 million in net inflows for the January-May period last year
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The Commission on Audit says some of the toilet bowls did not go to the intended beneficiaries, while others remained in their original packaging 3 years after the project was launched
The Sandiganbayan says the ex-senator's right to access information to prove his innocence outweighs the bank secrecy law being invoked by the anti-money laundering body
Global anti-money laundering body Financial Action Task Force warns that 'dead chips' are often the instrument of choice of criminals as these are difficult to detect in cross border movements
The COA says cash advances for the plans named 'Flinstone,' 'Arlim,' and 'Alkalde,' exceeded the allowable limit set under Joint Circular No. 2015-01
(UPDATED) The two chambers of Congress are set to convene a bicameral conference committee to finalize the measure before President Rodrigo Duterte signs it into law
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the country's central bank, said it also imposed lifetime bans on two bankers and a 15-year prohibition order on a third
The Department of Budget and Management says the drop is mainly due to the absence of big-ticket expenditures in the military's modernization program, which are set for later in the year
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Most analysts expect two more rate increases this year, likely in June and in September, but there are now doubts over that schedule
The listed bank fully settles its record P1-billion fine for non-compliance with banking laws and regulations in connection with the $81-million Bangladesh Bank money laundering scandal
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The Duterte administration's 'Build, Build, Build' program has yet to break ground and lift the economy, leaving the private sector to fill the void
Rouhani is seeking a second four-year term next Friday. He says Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers had ended many sanctions and brought a windfall from renewed oil sales over the past year that could now be invested
A recent finding from Global Financial Intergrity shows illicit financial flows amounted to at least $1 trillion of developing country total trade in 2014
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The lawyer of Juergen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca says the two were freed on bail of $500,000 each
Ahok mengaku tidak tahu jika ada relawannya yang melakukan pembagian sembako di masa tenang Pilkada.
'Ang gawin ni Duterte ay pumirma ng waiver. Marami ka pang drama, marami ka pang arte. Para malaman ng taong bayan ano ang totoo,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
US officials say US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will push the allies to do more to reach the goal of boosting defense spending to 2% of gross domestic product by 2024, which they set during a summit in Wales in 2014
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The Wall Street Journal reports prosecutors were developing cases showing Chinese middlemen helped the North Korean government orchestrate the enormous theft from the Bangladesh central bank
'The production in court of the AMLC memorandum containing such bank accounts and transactions would not only violate confidentiality but would also jeopardize the ongoing investigation of the AMLC'
For the US State Department, money laundering remains a serious concern in the Philippines due to its 'international narcotics trade,' corruption, and weak laws
CPA-lawyer Mel Georgie Racela is officer-in-charge of the Anti-Money Laundering Council Secretariat until July 31, 2017
(2nd UPDATE) 'In particular, we need to guard against outside meddling in the disputes,' says Fu Ying, spokeswoman for the National People's Congress
Siding with Senator Jinggoy Estrada, the Sandiganbayan says the Anti-Money Laundering Council cannot invoke confidentiality because these will show if it properly investigated the senator's supposed link to Janet Lim Napoles
The opposition senator says he's called the President's 'political bluff' and writes to the Anti-Money Laundering Council for Duterte's bank records starting 2006
'Tama na 'yang mga bola mo Mr President, buksan mo na kung wala kang tinatago,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
The President says he has asked AMLC to provide information about his net worth to refute the allegations of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV about his supposedly hidden wealth
This is a major reversal from the $315 million in outflows recorded in December 2016
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'We have received subpoenas from the US Department of Justice seeking the production of certain information related to our historical anti-money laundering program,' says Paypal
'This is not a decision that was taken lightly, but I believe that this is the right time for me to voluntarily relinquish my post,' says Julia Bacay-Abad
(UPDATED) The result puts the country's economic growth ahead of China's full-year growth of 6.7% as well as Vietnam's 6.2%
It is now up to the Supreme Court to rule on the matter and decide whether the probe should resume
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But the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) says it will not have a significant impact on the country's economic growth this year
The President and the justice secretary lack appreciation of the Anti Money-Laundering Council’s potency in the drug war
It allows the AMLC, upon approval from the Court of Appeals, to check the movement of money and history of the account. Banks could then waive their confidentiality agreement without having to notify the account owners.
Jens Fred Sturzenegger, 42, who headed the Singapore branch of Swiss lender Falcon Private Bank, is slapped with 6 charges for allegedly failing to report suspicious transactions totaling $1.7 billion in March 2013
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