The first of several corruption trials against former Sal Oppenheim executives has begun in Cologne. They're accused of using the lender as their own cash machine.
"Overpriced" and scarce real estate in Germany's largest cities are deterring investors, according to a consultants' study. Instead, they're turning to Lisbon and London — despite Brexit.
The most expensive home on the German market is in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria. It belongs to a Ukrainian who's under investigation at home on suspicion of breach of trust.
The US Justice Department announced charges against a Malysian financier and two Goldman Sachs bankers. They are accused of being involved in a money laundering scheme tied to the 1MDB investment fund.
Germany's cities are facing a crisis: They're just too popular. Living space is getting increasingly tight; property values and rent prices are skyrocketing. But the city of Ulm might just have the solution.
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