Five nationals mentioned in World Bank corruption database
On 15 June 2012, the World Bank released the Grand Corruption Cases Database Project, a report that includes five Brazilians in the international corruption ranking. The names include Paulo Malouf, accused of transferring up to US$140 million in New York
between 1993 and 1996, and bank CEO Daniel Dantas, who had up to US$46 million frozen in a U.K. bank in 2008. Others implicated included Edmar Cid Ferreira, founder and ex-president of the Santos Bank, as well as an ex-subsecretary of the Rio tributary Administration.
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