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(UPDATED) Wirecard's former chief operating officer Jan Marsalek reportedly had access to highly confidential information, with reports pointing to his links to secret services
(UPDATED) The rulings prompt a string of furious tweets from Donald Trump and are a setback to his claim of absolute immunity from criminal investigation while in office
German prosecutors say the managing director of Wirecard's Dubai-based subsidiary Cardsystems Middle East FZ-LLC was arrested on suspicion of serious fraud
'We need far-reaching reforms,' says German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz
'Many investors from all over the world have already signaled interest in buying the core business or independent business areas,' says lawyer Michael Jaffe, designated as Wirecard administrator
EY, which had been checking Wirecard's books since 2009, now faces legal challenges of its own
'The management board is of the opinion that continuation is in the best interests of the creditors,' says scandal-hit German firm Wirecard
(UPDATED) The European Securities and Markets Authority will examine whether Germany's regulatory responses to early signs that Wirecard was in trouble 'were adequate to protect investor confidence in EU securities markets'
(UPDATED) Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra says Philippine authorities have yet to determine if this was due to a technical glitch or if the records were deliberately tampered to set investigators on the wrong course
Here are the key developments that led to Wirecard's demise
'Investors seem to be betting that lasting strong support from central banks will sustain a quick recovery even as economic data point to a deeper-than-expected downturn,' says the International Monetary Fund
Here are the key facts about the scandal involving German payments provider Wirecard, which has reached the Philippines
(UPDATED) The Wirecard saga continues with the German payments provider facing 'impending insolvency and overindebtedness'
The DOJ finds 'something curious' in immigration records. The NBI and AMLC are investigating other individuals possibly involved in one of the largest fraud cases in recent history.
Online payments to merchants via GCash surged by 700% in May compared to the same period last year
The bill aims to provide incentives to financial institutions to sell their non-performing assets affected by the coronavirus crisis
Senator Leila de Lima joins environmental activist Greta Thunberg, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and US Senator Elizabeth Warren in the Financial Times list
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The proposed Passive Income and Financial Intermediary Taxation Act appears unsound, and Congress may want to rethink it before it's too late
The whereabouts of Low Taek Jho, who has been charged over the scandal in the US and Malaysia, are a mystery but his representatives now say he has been offered asylum, without naming a country
The Philippines' biggest business groups say that the sooner Ferdinand Marcos Jr's protest is resolved, the sooner policymakers can move on to more important matters
Makati City reports total assets of P230.833 billion in 2018 – an increase of P34.26 billion from 2017 largely due to the value of road networks in 6 barangays
The Financial Times publishes internal communications and financial reports it says contained 'strong indications' hundreds of millions of euros of payments processed for some Wirecard clients 'could not have taken place'
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PayMongo says the seed funding round is 'record-breaking in terms of the amount raised for any startup in the Philippines'
With the theme "Real Problems, Real Solutions," the summit was held on September 25 at The Peninsula Manila
‘Fintech’ apps bring credit to poor Kenyans. Debt and invasions of privacy are part of the deal.
But Gabriela Representative Arlene Brosas says the Pifita bill 'grossly favors the rich who make fortunes out of thin air in the financial sector'
The Passive Income and Financial Intermediary Tax Act (Pifita) bill is the 4th package of the Duterte administration's Comprehensive Tax Reform Program
We talked to finance experts about financial inclusion and the credit landscape in the PH
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The city-state is one of several countries that launched probes into allegations that billions of dollars were misappropriated from Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB
Beefing up financial inclusion in the Philippines could be an effective way to stifle the viral spread of Ponzi schemes like Kapa, especially in the provinces
The Kapisanan ng Manggagawa sa Government Financial Institutions (KAMAGFI) asks for the right to negotiate salaries and benefits
Take a close look at how the competition is playing out so far
The operation allegedly used fraudulent online platforms purporting to trade in foreign currencies and cryptocurrencies, as well as high-risk instruments known as binary options
Press release: Grants are available for Quezon City residents from indigent families, including fresh graduates
(UPDATED) After ranking economists and analysts according to the accuracy of their inflation forecasts, the DOF looks into their GDP projections
Lawyers for the former jet-setting executive immediately say they will file a bail application, but have acknowledged that he will probably be detained until a trial
Some believe the detentions of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are in retaliation to the arrest in Vancouver of Huawei's Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou
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(3rd UPDATE) Prosecutors press formal charges on Carlos Ghosn and key aide Greg Kelly
The report comes amid speculation that Carlos Ghosn and his right-hand man Greg Kelly will face new allegations related to underreporting of the auto titan's compensation
Savings and loans are enablers to this, contrary to what you might believe
Hong Kong's powerful bar association says the rights enshrined in Hong Kong's mini-constitution, including freedom of expression, should be respected 'whether one agrees with the information or ideas or not'
At 30, Karen Pacia has already retired from her corporate job
The director of Tai Kwun arts complex, host of the Hong Kong International Literary Festival, says it has reconsidered and would host the two talks of Ma Jian
British citizens are usually allowed into Hong Kong without a visa and are permitted to stay for 180 days under immigration rules
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