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Scams, sex, and even murder all in the name of a perverted American dream. Enter a world where crime pays until you get caught. CNBC’s unprecedented original true-crime series, “American Greed”, takes you inside the amazing real-life stories of how some people will do anything for money. Narrated by award-winning stage, screen, and television actor Stacy Keach.
 
Have you ever wondered how to launder money for a cartel? Have you ever needed to hide gold for Russian Billionaires? From the dawn of time, humans have scammed and stolen from each other. A Brave New World explores the nuts and bolts of crazy fraudsters and scams. Max & Joe use their backgrounds in high risk ventures to lay out the structures and specifics of some of histories greatest and grandest fakes.
 
Join us to hear about crime families, penny stock boiler rooms, international money launderers, narco-traffickers, oligarchs, dictators, warlords, and kleptocrats. The Fraud Eats Strategy series is the distillation of Scott Moritz's experience forged over thirty-plus years, whether it's an accounting scandal, arrests, search warrants, loss of market cap, or all of those things at once – one thing is sure. Failure to consider fraud and corruption risk can upend your strategy and lead to disaster.
 
Welcome to Fintech Beat, the intersection of finance, technology, policy and regulation. Each episode features the latest trends, movers and shakers, ideas and policies in financial technology. Host Chris Brummer, a Georgetown law professor and world-renowned fintech expert, partners with the CQ Roll Call newsroom — Washington's leader for nonpartisan legislative and regulatory analysis — to bring insights that make this a must listen for anyone interested in finance.
 
This podcast is dedicated to helping the Enterprise Fintech industry navigate the threats and opportunities of the 2020s. Each episode features an interview with an executive or thought leader, discussing topics such as marketing, growth, sales, culture, career and more. If you’re looking to overcome your growth challenges and discover new ideas to engage with your prospects and clients or learn best practices from B2B Fintech experts, this show is for you.
 
FINRA Unscripted is the voice of the nation’s largest non-government securities regulator. We bring together FINRA leaders to discuss existing and emerging regulatory topics that impact the broker-dealer industry. We share best practices for compliance officers, insights into the operations of a 3,500 person self-regulated organization and educational tools and information for investors. Every investor in America relies on one thing: fair financial markets. That is what FINRA works every day ...
 
Hosted by a former white-collar criminal investigator, this weekly podcast seeks to find the best tools, practices, opportunities, and people to answer your questions about fraud and forensic accounting. Every week is a conversation with an expert in the fraud or forensic accounting industry who has a story to tell, ideas and wisdom to share, successes to inspire, and failures to confess. Where can you find the right credentials for your career? Where can you find the right training for you ...
 
Cultural Producer Jodi Rose invites creative people into the Transit Lounge to talk about life in perpetual motion and visions of the future. A series of internationally nomadic conversations about society, creativity & technology with makers, thinkers and doers. You never know who you'll meet in the Transit Lounge!
 
A Podcast with listeners in 20 countries and 115 cities where we interview a multitude of guests from around the world ranging from ex spies and former special forces to business leaders and psychologists. Please like and subscribe.
 
The cost of housing is a hot topic of conversation wherever you go in Metro Vancouver. In this podcast, we explore real estate trends in the region and the impact of development on life and affordability in Metro Vancouver, interviewing everyone from those who build our homes to politicians, planners, housing advocates and researchers.
 
FinTalk is a fresh new podcast series where we drill down into what drives the brightest minds in finance and tech today. Brought to you by bobsguide and PaymentEye, the show is hosted by our very own reporters, David Beach and Rebekah Tunstead. Join us each episode for candid conversations with the leaders, investors and entrepreneurs behind the biggest brands in fintech. Got feedback? Email: david.beach@contentive.com
 
Welcome to FinCrime Spotlight, the podcast that looks to shine a light on the FinTech community and their fight against financial crime. FinTechs have disrupted the financial services industry and have transformed the ways in which we identify, monitor and expose bad actors and criminal organisations. FinCrime Spotlight will offer listeners the opportunity to hear from the FinCrime fighters on the front line, delve into fincrime investigations, examine the technology underpinning the industr ...
 
Back where it all started, The Chaser return to Triple M 104.9 for Sydney's funniest chase every weekday from 3pm. Join Chaz, Charles, Craig, Dom, Chris and Andrew for a daily radio programme with the characteristically unpredictable Chaser shenanigans. Then Catch Up on the Radio Chaser Platinum Edition every Saturday morning across Australia only on the Triple M network and App.
 
On The Flip Empire Show, Alex Pardo brings you strategies, interviews, and insights for smart real estate investors to help grow and scale your real estate investing business. The Flip Empire Show was created for YOU, the smart real estate investor and entrepreneur. If you're looking for ACTIONABLE and SIMPLIFIED advice, Alex Pardo has you covered with his Master Class Expert Interviews, as well as the Q and A shows. Learn from real estate's heavy hitters, as Alex Pardo puts them on the hot ...
 
Welcome to HOW IS THIS LEGAL, hosted by law student, Kyle Loraine. On this podcast, I have interesting discussions about the law with individuals from the legal field and beyond. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast is intended for entertainment purposes only. Listening to this podcast does not create an attorney-client relationship. The information in this podcast is prepared for a general audience and is not, nor intended to be, legal advice. Information is provided on an "as is" ba ...
 
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The corruption charges facing Portugal's former prime minister, Jose Socrates, since his arrest in 2014 have been dropped, but he will still stand trial for alleged money laundering, according to local reports. Ivo Rosa, a judge at Portugal's highest criminal court, announced on Friday that Socrates would no longer face corruption charges due to in…
 
In this episode of The Fintech Files, I have the pleasure of speaking with Ian Henderson, the CEO of Kyckr. We investigate how new technology can help fight money laundering. We’re discussing KYC (know your customer) obligations and how businesses use corporate data to bulletproof their compliance. ABOUT KYCKR Kyckr (Regtech) is a global business r…
 
One of the key responsibilities of state and federal regulators is to help maintain the public’s trust in the nation’s financial system. One of the key ways they go about maintaining this trust is by preventing bad actors and illicit funds from using banks and financial companies to move money. But here’s the thing about bad actors; just because th…
 
You are now tuned into episode 73 “HYPE” of the no structure podcast.This week we talk:. The week in hot headlines. NFTs explained. Are NFTs a money laundering scheme?. Does hype control our world?. The rise of the trading card market & MOREMake sure to subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t alreadyFor more from the podcast click here:https://flow…
 
The SEC’s new Regulation Best Interest will require broker-dealers to make account recommendations in their customers’ best interest. In this Bottom Line videocast, Susan Krawczyk and John Walsh discuss: the standard in Regulation Best Interest governing account recommendations what types of account recommendations are covered what broker-dealers n…
 
The latest cyberattack across multiple countries shows that hackers do not discriminate by industry. It’s not just about targeting "data" such as credit card or insurance information. Rather, it is increasingly about stealing valuable trade secrets, disrupting global supply chains and even causing physical, destructive effects. In this Bottom Line …
 
Dozens of people have allegedly been killed after security forces in Myanmar used live fire and grenades against a crowd of anti-coup protesters in the town of Bago, near the capital Yangon, a monitor and media reported Saturday. The reported casualties were a result of clashes that occurred in Bago through Thursday night and Friday, according to t…
 
As a volcanic eruption cast a pall of ash over the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, tens of thousands fled – but eyebrows were raised after the island nation’s PM said they weren’t going anywhere without a Covid shot. The La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted on Friday, sending a column of ash 10km into the sky…
 
Night-time curfews, sweeping business closures and severe limits on public gatherings are all part of the German government’s new bill aimed at “standardizing” Covid-19 measures to stop the third wave, German media report. Berlin is currently working on amendments to the national Infection Protection Act that would significantly tighten the lockdow…
 
A group of archeologists has unearthed the remains of a sprawling ancient city near Luxor, Egypt, in what has been hailed as one of the most important discoveries in the past hundred years. The city, which dates back to King Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt between 1391 BC and 1353 BC, was once the largest administrative and industrial settlement in …
 
Google has updated its YouTube ad targeting terms after a media report revealed that people could search for phrases allegedly associated with white supremacy. An investigation by the Markup found that advertisers could find relevant videos for their ads by using terms like “white lives matter,” “all lives matter” and “white power.” Citing the Sout…
 
Since 1975, the Supreme Court has issued opinions in a stunning 128 employee benefit and ERISA cases. Our team has assembled a white paper, which we believe to be the first of its kind, taking a detailed look at the numbers and substance behind these cases. This Bottom Line videocast discusses: The key data points that our analysis uncovered The re…
 
The IRS recently released proposed regulations under section 861 that address digital transactions. This Bottom Line videocast discusses: the proposed expansion of the scope of existing Treas. Reg. § 1.861-18, which focuses on the classification of transactions involving computer programs, to apply to all transfers of "digital content"; the sourcin…
 
The US State Department has issued new guidelines making it easier for American diplomats to meet with officials from Taiwan. The move may seriously clash with Beijing’s “One-China” policy of sovereignty over the island territory. Released on Friday, the guidelines “liberalize guidance on contacts with Taiwan, consistent with our unofficial relatio…
 
Five cases of a very rare blood disorder in people who have received the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca are being reviewed by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the EU's drug regulator has said. The cases of "capillary leak syndrome," which can cause leakage of fluid from blood vessels, tissue swelling and a drop in blood pressure, wer…
 
The US Navy has said it deliberately refrained from asking India’s consent for a ‘freedom of navigation’ patrol near its Lakshadweep archipelago this week because New Delhi’s demands to do so contravene international law. An Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, the USS John Paul Jones, “asserted navigational rights and freedoms approximate…
 
The European Union’s drug regulator EMA says it will assess Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 Vaccine Janssen after “four serious cases of unusual blood clots” occurred in people who received the jab in the US. The statement from EMA’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee says one case occurred in a clinical trial and three others during the vacc…
 
Seoul has unveiled its first indigenously developed prototype fighter jet, designed to be cheaper and less stealthy than the US-built F-35 but created around South Korea’s needs, as the country seeks more military independence. At an elaborate ceremony on Friday, the KF-X prototype fighter jet, officially christened “KF-21 Boramae,” was rolled out …
 
Norwegian police have fined the country’s PM, Erna Solberg, for breaking Covid-19 social distancing rules imposed by her own government, and organizing a family gathering to celebrate her 60th birthday. The fine imposed on the prime minister is 20,000 Norwegian crowns ($2,352), the chief of the south-east police district, Ole Saeverud, told a news …
 
Poland’s health minister has warned that the country is waging “a war” to contain a third wave of the coronavirus, describing scenes of exhausted doctors and nurses due to a “deficit of personnel” in overwhelmed hospitals. Speaking to Polish radio station RMF 24, Health Minister Adam Niedzielski discussed the challenges facing medical staff, after …
 
Beijing has called on Tokyo to put off a decision on dumping radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean until it has fully consulted its neighbors, claiming leakages have already had a profound impact. Speaking on Friday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Japan must adopt “a highly responsible attitude towar…
 
Britain’s Covid-19 inoculation drive “depends practically entirely” on jabs produced in the EU, the bloc’s vaccine boss has said, adding that British-Swedish AstraZeneca has only delivered a quarter of the agreed doses to the EU. Speaking to France Info on Friday, European Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton, who heads the bloc’s vaccine ta…
 
Scientists in France have determined that 5,200 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles from comets or asteroids reach Earth every year and account for the main source of extraterrestrial matter on our planet. Over the course of nearly 20 years, a team of researchers, led by Jean Duprat of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), …
 
The government of the Caribbean island of St. Vincent has ordered a mass evacuation of the area close to an active volcano, with seismologists saying that an explosive eruption could start “with very little warning.” Some 16,000 people living in the vicinity of La Soufriere volcano in the so-called “red zone” will be evacuated, either to safer part…
 
Portugal and the Netherlands have become the latest countries to restrict their rollouts of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca after a review by the EU's drug regulator found blood clots can be a very rare side effect. The Dutch cabinet has been advised by the Health Council, a scientific advisory body, to pause its use of the jab in tho…
 
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has said that Italy should stop administering Covid-19 vaccines to people under 60 years old, in a major shake-up of the country's immunization program that aims to protect elderly citizens. "How can a young person or someone who is not on the [priority] list jump the queue, knowing that he or she is exposing someone who…
 
Mahmoud Ezzat, who served as the acting leader of the Muslim Brotherhood for several years, has been sentenced to life in prison for inciting violence and supplying firearms during the 2013 Egyptian protests. The court ruling comes months after Ezzat was detained during a raid on an apartment in Cairo. and marks the latest crackdown on the Muslim B…
 
More than 100 countries have received Covid-19 vaccines since the COVAX distribution scheme launched in February, its organizers have said. However, 38 million delivered doses is a far cry from the two billion goal set for 2021. Some 60 of the recipients were states with lower-income economies who were supplied with donor-funded doses, Gavi – an al…
 
The French prime minister has announced the passing of a symbolic milestone, with more than 10 million people having received at least one shot of Covid-19 vaccine, but infection rates remain high across the country. Speaking on Thursday, during a visit to vaccination center in Nogent-sur-Marne, French Prime Minister Jean Castex said he was “immens…
 
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is grounding its ‘airmen’; instead it will refer to the people who fly its planes as ‘aviators’. But just don’t say they ‘man’ aircraft. The RAAF, which turned 100 on March 31, says it will drop rankings or terminology that are sexist in nature, with Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld detailing the change of policy in a p…
 
Spot, the four-legged robo-canine built by Boston Dynamics, appears alongside trainee soldiers during drills carried out by a French military school, but the US firm says it had not been notified in advance about its use. The pictures of the drill were shared earlier this week on Twitter by France’s foremost military school, the École Spéciale Mili…
 
Hungary expects to vaccinate more than 40% of its population by the end of the month, a top official has said. Budapest has already begun lifting Covid-19 restrictions after it met the 25%-vaccination goal. More than four million people of the country’s 10 million population are expected to get vaccinated against coronavirus by the end of April, PM…
 
Making children get jabs for common diseases is ‘necessary in democratic society’ and is in their best interests, the European Court for Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on Thursday in a landmark decision against anti-vaxxers. It’s the first time the ECHR has ruled on mandatory vaccinations for children against common diseases. While the case dealt with t…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has dismissed accusations that Beijing is engaging in “intimidation” and “coercion” in Taiwan, and called on the US to recognize the one-China principle and refrain from coercive practices. Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian blasted Washington’s history of intimidation and international…
 
Tokyo’s governor has asked Japan’s central government to implement emergency Covid restrictions in the region amid an outbreak of coronavirus infections linked to mutated strains of the virus. The request was issued after Governor Yuriko Koike met with health officials who warned that the spike in Covid cases within the region could spread faster a…
 
Dublin has promised to play its part in bringing an end to the unrest sweeping across Northern Ireland, calling on the EU to use the flexibilities in the post-Brexit arrangement, before someone is killed in the violence. “These are scenes we haven’t seen in Northern Ireland for a very long time… This needs to stop before somebody is killed or serio…
 
We are back with another episode with Josh Bacon to give us bite-sized yet invaluable and implementable strategies for people’s businesses. Data is very critical to everyone's success because it can ultimately help us or our organization gain the best benefits if we get the right information. When gathering our data, one of our objectives is to get…
 
The US State Department has signaled willingness to drop sanctions on Iran that conflict with the 2015 nuclear pact, but suggested Tehran would still have to make concessions of its own – a notion that Iran previously rejected. “We are prepared to take the steps necessary to return to compliance with the JCPOA, including by lifting sanctions that a…
 
Citing the EU drug regulator’s warning about a rare but serious side effect of Vaxzevria, the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, Spain said it would only use it for adults over 60. This leaves some two million Spaniards in limbo. Health Minister Carolina Darias said on Wednesday evening that, going forward, the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will only be ad…
 
Washington is prepared to talk to North Korea if it paves the way to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki has said, but that doesn’t mean US sanctions are going away. “We are prepared to consider some form of diplomacy if it's going to lead us down the path toward denuclearization," Psaki said on the possi…
 
The US backs a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict and will restore some $235 million in aid to the Palestinians which was cut by former President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Antony Blinken has announced. In a statement on Wednesday, Blinken said that the US’ economic, development, and humanitarian assistance to Palestine provi…
 
The spokesperson for the European Commission president said the EU leader was surprised to be left without a chair during a meeting with the Turkish president, and hoped the incident would not be repeated. Speaking on Wednesday, Ursula von der Leyen’s spokesperson, Eric Mamer, said his boss should have been treated equally to European Council Presi…
 
Ankara will soon hold a tender for the construction of a canal on the outskirts of Istanbul, Turkey’s president has said. Estimated at over $9 billion, the project drew sharp criticism from environmentalists and the opposition. Speaking before lawmakers with his ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party on Wednesday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan …
 
AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, should include a warning about the risk of blood clots as one of the jab’s very rare side effects, the EU’s drug regulator, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), has said. The latest review by the EMA’s safety committee on the Anglo-Swedish vaccine has found that its benefits continue to outweigh the associ…
 
Health chiefs in South Korea have announced the temporary suspension of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine for the under-60s, pending the results of a review by the EU’s drug regulator into the jab’s safety. Vaccinations for pupils in special education, teachers and daycare center nurses, which were to go ahead from April 8, will also be postponed. I…
 
A horrifying new study has found that one in three survivors of Covid-19 have been diagnosed with a neurological or psychiatric condition in the six months since beating the disease. The worrying research adds to a growing body of evidence which indicates that the specter of the coronavirus pandemic will likely loom large over humanity’s mental hea…
 
The Taiwanese defense ministry issued radio warnings and readied missile systems as 15 Chinese aircraft entered the island’s air defense identification zone on Wednesday. That’s as a US warship sailed through the Taiwan Strait. Tensions in the South China Sea rose further on Wednesday as Chinese aircrafts buzzed Taiwanese airspace and a US warship …
 
Japan’s fisheries union says it remains opposed to the idea of dumping radioactive water accumulated at the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, as top government officials signal the controversial plan will likely go ahead. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga met with the head of the National Federation of Fisheries Co-operative Associations…
 
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