Following an investigation into a money-laundering scheme by US authorities, the FBI has arrested five people including a Florida-based trainer for treating racehorses with performance-enhancing drugs and accepting bribes from Brazilian politicians. Meanwhile, a court found Lev Aslan Dermen, the owner of the California-based fuel company NOIL Energy Group, guilty of money-laundering and mail fraud used to obtain more than $511 million in renewable fuel tax credits from the Internal Revenue Service. Also in the US, 24 people have been arrested for defrauding several lonely and elderly people of over $30 million in an international money-laundering scheme based in Atlanta, using business email compromise, romance frauds and retirement account scams. Similarly, Robert Lee Blom, a Corisca farmer, was booked for fraud and money-laundering through his cattle Ponzi scheme using which he conned 53 people of millions of dollars…

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