The Sar gave some details about Ros-Gip Ltd, and Ros-Vit Ltd, both of 5 Harbourmaster Place in the IFSC.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

In September 2015, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, of Wall Street, New York, sent a Suspicious Activity Report (Sar) to the Financial Crimes Enf(...)

Headquarters of the US Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) in Vienna, Virginia. Thousands of leaked FinCEN files revealed two trillion US dollars in suspicious transactions from numerous banking institutions. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/ EPA

The Panama Papers, and other projects over recent times in which The Irish Times has been involved in conjunction with the International Consortium of(...)

The report, filed by Standard Chartered Bank of New York to the Financial Crime Enforcement Network in Virginia, US, says the money-laundering network was “used by wealthy oligarchs, businessmen and criminals alike”

A mailbox address in Belfast was used by one of the account holders in a Russian money-laundering network that processed hundreds of millions of US do(...)

HSBC shares fell as much as 3.6 per cent to their lowest since the Asian currency crisis of 1998.

Shares in HSBC and Standard Chartered fell on Monday to their lowest since 1998 after media reports that they and other banks, including Barclays and (...)

Up to a billion dollars a month went through an international money-laundering network whose Russian operators charged those using the service a 5 per(...)

The FinCEN files show that the world’s largest banks play a key role in the massive flow of funds out of Russia into the West.

An unprecedented glimpse into the staggering amounts of suspect money that flow through the international banking system is revealed in leaked files f(...)

A re-education camp for ethnic Uighur in Hotan, in China’s Xinjiang province. Photograph: Gilles Sabrié/The New York Times

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is in the news after the UK declared that it would remove it from its 5G networks by 2027, because of fears that it is t(...)

Turkish and Uighur protesters hold pictures of Arsenal’s  Mesut Ozil  during a protest against in Istanbul on Saturday. Photograph: Tolga Bozoglu/EPA

China’s response to a footballer’s tweet about the repression of the Uighur minority shows how acutely sensitive it is to foreign commentary on human (...)

Chen Quanguo, Chinese Communist Party chief in Xinjiang, who has been identified in a Bill passed by the US House of Representatives as a potential target for sanctions over human rights abuses of Uighurs and other  Muslim minorities. Photograph: Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images

Beijing reacted angrily on Wednesday after the US House of Representatives passed a Bill that could lead to tough sanctions for human rights abuses in(...)

One of the Hong Kong protesters who spoke to The Irish Times. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

CHINESE POLITICAL ACTIVISTS LIVING IN IRELAND CLAIM THAT OTHER CHINESE PEOPLE HERE ARE ‘KEEPING AN EYE ON EVERYONE’ FOR SIGNS OF DISLOYALTY TO THE (...)

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