Whistleblower News: Two Financial Asset Managers Charged In Alleged $1.2B Venezuelan Money Laundering Scheme, Major Crypto Lender Celsius Files For Bankruptcy, $1.31M For Submitting False Claims For Anti-Overdose Drug

Two Financial Asset Managers Charged in Alleged $1.2 Billion Venezuelan Money Laundering Scheme


Two financial asset managers have been charged with money laundering as part of a $1.2 billion international scheme to launder funds corruptly obtained from Venezuela’s state-owned and state-controlled energy company, Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA). read more »

Major crypto lender Celsius files for bankruptcy


U.S. crypto lender Celsius Network said on Wednesday it had filed for bankruptcy in New York, becoming the latest victim in the cryptocurrency sector of a dramatic plunge in token prices. read more »

Solera Specialty Pharmacy Agrees to Enter into Deferred Prosecution Agreement; Company and CEO to Pay $1.31 Million for Submitting False Claims for Anti-Overdose Drug


Florida-based Solera Specialty Pharmacy has entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and agreed to pay a $1.31 million civil settlement to resolve allegations that it submitted fraudulent claims to Medicare for Evzio, a high-priced drug used in rapid reversal of opioid overdoses. read more »