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Entries in Estonia (7)

Wednesday
Nov282018

Survey: The highs and lows of Europe-Caucasus-Asia anti-corruption compliance programs 

According to the inaugural ECA Corruption Survey of  business executives, in-house legal counsel, and other professionals operating in the Europe-Caucasus-Asia (ECA) region, 71 percent of respondents said that their country’s anti-corruption laws are ineffective and 62 percent said corruption is a significant obstacle to doing business. What are companies operating in the ECA region, which consists of countries that made up the former Soviet Union, doing to address corruption risks?

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Monday
Sep242018

Danske Bank chief departs amid ‘biggest scandal’ in Europe

Former Danske Bank CEO Thomas BorgenThe CEO of Denmark's biggest bank resigned last week after an internal investigation found $235 billion in suspicious transactions at the bank's branch in Estonia.

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Wednesday
Sep052018

Martin Kenney: Big AML scandal points back to UK’s Companies House

Danske Bank appears to have been used to launder $8.3 billion between 2007 and 2015 on behalf of individuals and entities located in Estonia. The bank’s punishment so far? A "stern ticking off," as Bloomberg put it, and a request by Denmark's banking regulator to hold more capital.

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Wednesday
Mar152017

Do e-government and digital technologies really help to prevent corruption?

E-government to business (G2B) such as e-procurement, e-tax filing and e-sourcing are often cited as being useful to reduce interface between companies and government officials and thus the scope for discretionary decisions, thereby diminishing the opportunities for bribery.

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Thursday
Jan082015

Ukraine and the New Cold War: Compliance and enforcement risks rise in Eastern Europe

Since the start of the Ukraine crisis, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has called on NATO countries to increase defense spending. Poland has announced plans to accelerate a major military modernization program. And Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and the Czech Republic have all promised to increase their defense spending.

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Friday
Jun142013

Journalist honored for reporting Russian graft

Russian journalist Roman Anin (photo courtesy of the International Center for Journalists)A Russian journalist who reported on the tax fraud uncovered by murdered lawyer Sergei Magnitsky has been awarded the 2013 Knight International Journalism Award.

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Tuesday
Feb122013

Another country launches Magnitsky-related investigation

Image courtesy of Google Maps Moldova has opened a criminal money-laundering probe connected to the alleged $230 million theft exposed by murdered Russian anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.

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