FIAU spends €63,000 (so far) on paid media content to promote positive image  
During the highly-anticipated assessment by Moneyval, the anti-money laundering
Malta: zero progress in implementing the Whistleblower Directive
Malta is one of six European countries that have
Lombard Bank fires legal challenge at ‘unconstitutional’ FIAU fine
Lombard Bank has filed a case protesting the “unconstitutional”
‘Worrying degree of democratic backsliding’ – Council of Europe report
The latest annual report on the state of democracy,
Finding Egrant: What we know now
Egrant almost ended up owned by a Brazilian, which
Schembri’s deliberately tangled mess
The compilation of evidence in the case of Keith
Dodger’s gone, Dodge City remains
Babylon had Hammurabi. Judaism had Moses. Classical Athens had
Multi-million euro illegal gambling activity remains unchecked in Malta
An ongoing investigation by The Shift has uncovered a
EXCLUSIVE: MFSA asks former CEO to refund over €23,000 in ‘extra pay’ received
The financial services regulator – MFSA – has asked
Court decisions against FIAU to remain ‘secret’
Court challenges to hefty administrative fines being dished out
Are any of them not in bed with Yorgen Fenech?
Is there anyone in this government who wasn’t —
What happens in Vegas can’t stay in Vegas: MFSA chief, a friend, and a client accused of murder
As pressure from European financial authorities mounts on the
Water Services Corporation gives €65,000 in direct orders to Nexia BT
Nexia BT, the company subjected to the court freezing
Race against time to please Moneyval
Weeks before a crucial and possible devastating decision which
‘Dubai running after Malta’ to assist with 17 Black probe – Casa tells public inquiry
Contrary to testimonies made by former economic crimes unit
Taxpayers billed €300,000 for luxury travel by chief passport salesman
Maltese taxpayers were billed almost €300,000 for first class
FIAU defends choice of senior associate
By means of a Right of Reply (RoR), the
XNT (Exante) and FIAU cuddling up, really
As Malta is battling the possibility of making it
‘Slow progress’ on reforms to tackle money laundering and corruption
The European Commission has expressed concern over Malta’s ‘attractiveness’
Will Pilatus Bank owner cooperate with justice or try to flee?
As the court case against Pilatus Bank owner, Ali
How Malta became a den of thieves
The revelations emerging from the public inquiry into Daphne
Police received several updates on Mizzi, Schembri from FIAU
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit had given the police
Well that didn’t last very long, did it?
Robert Abela cast a faint glow of hope during
Former FIAU investigator Jonathan Ferris testifies in public inquiry
Former Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit investigator Jonathan Ferris today
You’re about to reap what Joseph Muscat sowed
If you want to know the truth, read the
Former FIAU chief passed documents on Schembri to ex-police commissioner
Former director of the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU)
Justyne Caruana resignation raises questions on Finance Minister and Attorney General
The tenability of other prominent individuals within the government
Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar’s resignation ‘long overdue’
The resignation of police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar, announced this
Donations to Labour Party always ‘above board’ – Sandro Chetcuti
Malta Development Association head Sandro Chetcuti confirmed that businesses
No list of people who require protection – Former police chief Peter Paul Zammit
There is no list or documentation of people who