Weekly Roundup: Vatican Labeled a Money Laundering Concern, Indonesia Jails Former Citigroup Banker, and More

The U.S. State Department identified Vatican City Tuesday as a jurisdiction of money laundering concern in its International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR). The State Department noted that Argentina, Brazil, India, Russia and the United States actually pose greater money laundering risk and labeled each as a jurisdiction of primary concern. The report included South Sudan for the first time and found that perceived money laundering risks have grown for Curacao and St. Maarten. More Former Haitian central bank governor Venel Joseph, whose son pleaded guilty to bribery charges last month in a federal Miami court, was killed Tuesday evening...