Posted Friday March 27, 2015

Weekly roundup

Weekly roundup: China pursues economic fugitives, Paypal settles alleged sanctions violations case, and more

And finally, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority have published their business plan for 2015/2016, indicating a continued focus on corporate culture and financial crime. Financial crime replaces rapid house price growth in their list of top seven risks, with emphasis on anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption measures. Individual accountability was highlighted as a key priority, with particular attention paid to actions against individuals and senior management responsibility.

Arachnys weekly update:

New sources: 71

Sources of the week: The Greek General Commercial Registry is a corporate registry providing information on registered businesses in Greece.

The California Publicly Traded Disclosure Search allows users to search for all publicly traded corporations that have filed a Corporate Disclosure Statement with the Secretary of State. This can include shareholder information.

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