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Entries in Miami (5)

Monday
Apr272015

FinCEN orders enhanced AML for 700 Miami area businesses

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued a Geographic Targeting Order (GTO) to about 700 Miami businesses imposing stricter reviews and reporting of cash transactions that might be tied to money laundering schemes.

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Monday
Apr072014

Marine hose exec extradited from Germany

Image courtesy of Dunlop Oil & MarineAn Italian citizen was extradited from Germany on a charge of participating in a conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition by rigging bids, fixing prices, and allocating market share for marine hose sold in the United States and elsewhere, the DOJ said Friday.

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Thursday
Mar132014

Bolivia anti-graft chief convicted in Miami of extortion

A federal jury found Bolivia’s anti-corruption chief guilty of traveling to Miami to extort $30,000 from a wealthy Bolivian businessman who was facing trumped-up charges back home.

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Monday
Mar102014

Cilins pleads guilty to obstructing bribe investigation

Frederic Cilins, 51, a French citizen, pleaded guilty Monday in the Southern District of New York to obstructing a federal criminal investigation into whether a mining company paid bribes to win mining rights in the Republic of Guinea.

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Friday
Oct112013

‘Foreign official’ arguments in appeals court

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit will hear oral arguments Friday from two defendants convicted in the Haiti telco case. They're challenging the DOJ's interpretation of ‘foreign official’ under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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