Midweek Roundup: Finnish PM Questions Cyprus’ AML Efforts, Ex-Citigroup Secretary Found Guilty of Bilking Son of Salomon Founder, and More

European politicians continued to question Cyprus about the country's purported ties to Russian money laundering ahead of a possible international bailout this week. On Wednesday, Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said the island-nation should open its books to financial investigators, Reuters reported. More On Tuesday, Cyprus' central bank chief, Panicos Demetriades, told the Associated Press that the allegations were "fueled by political considerations." More Separately, the Cypriot finance ministry disclosed that Russia had removed Cyprus from a blacklist that discourages investment, the news agency said. More A former Citigroup secretary was found guilty Monday of stealing $1.3 million from William...