financial crimes

WeWork under probe by New York attorney general as job cuts loom: Sources

NEW YORK (REUTERS) - The New York State Attorney General (NYAG) is investigating WeWork, according to two people familiar with the matter, adding to a mounting series of problems that have turned...

Allied Tech gets further time extension for AGM, Q1 results amid probe into missing $33m

SINGAPORE - Catalist-listed Allied Technologies has received another time extension from the Singapore Exchange (SGX) to hold its annual general meeting (AGM), release its financial statements for...

Wirecard director suspected of fraud believed to have been sacked

The Wirecard Asia director at the centre of a global scandal rocking the digital payments giant is believed to have been sacked amid a police probe into suspected fraud and forgery, The Straits...

Wirecard sues Financial Times over investigative reports

FRANKFURT • German payments company Wirecard said on Thursday it was suing the Financial Times over a series of investigative reports that it said made use of, and misrepresented, business secrets...

Some Singapore employees may be criminally liable: Wirecard

Some employees of Wirecard's Singapore subsidiaries may be liable for criminal wrongdoing, the German payments giant said.

Wirecard fraud probe leaves unanswered questions

(BLOOMBERG) - Move along, nothing to see here. That's the message from Wirecard AG as it tries to rebut allegations of fraud that have wiped more than 50 per cent off the payment processing giant'...

Wirecard: Some Singapore employees may be criminally liable

Some employees of Wirecard’s Singapore subsidiaries may be liable for criminal wrongdoing, said the German payments giant on Tuesday.

Wirecard's Singapore clients hope for clarity from probe

Some Singapore clients of global payment giant Wirecard are keeping watch as the German firm battles accusations of forgery and falsified accounts, while multiple investigations are under way.

Sherlock Holmes of Shenton Way

CALL them Nancy Drew or Sherlock Holmes. When companies smell a financial rat, forensic professionals are first picks for the A-team, and the need for their skills is on the rise.