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Congress Is Close To Ending Anonymous Shell Companies

After years of inaction, Congress is looking to pass substantial reforms of the financial system. The FinCEN Files investigation spotlighted the pivotal role of shell companies in moving dirty money.

The Banker Was A Spy

The Russian bank VEB has long operated in the United States — despite dozens of suspicious activity reports outlining concerns that it was a threat to national security. A FinCEN Files investigation.

Was sind die FinCEN-Files?

Alles, was man über die FinCEN-Files, die internationale Recherche und die weltweite Veröffentlichung wissen muss.

FinCEN-Files: Was ist ein SAR?

Wie die US-Finanzaufsicht Banken auf der ganzen Welt dazu bringt, Terrorfinanzierung, Geldwäsche und Korruption zu melden – zumindest theoretisch.

Revealed: Secrets Of One Of The World's Dirtiest Banks And Its Powerful Western Protectors

Blatant forgery. Snarling guard dogs. Shredded evidence. An incendiary cache of leaked documents reveals the farcical scramble inside one of the world’s dirtiest banks to conceal incriminating information from US government investigators – while some of the most prestigious accountants and lawyers on the planet used all their power to keep the bank in business.

Audit Of Access To Classified Network Is A “Cover Up,” Treasury Officials Charge

An inspector general audit finds there was no “mass revocation” of access to classified networks critical to responding to terrorism, but some officials dismissed the audit as a “cover up.” The report also concludes there is a strained relationship between two feuding agencies within the Treasury Department.

In Midst Of Terror Attack, US Intel Unit Was Blocked From Tracking The Terrorists

When knife-wielding terrorists attacked civilians on London Bridge, a key US intelligence unit raced to help — but found they were shut out of critical classified computer networks. The problem has hampered several antiterrorist efforts and prevented the unit from fully complying with the Senate investigation into Donald Trump and Russia.

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