Türkiye strives to get off FATF grey list

Türkiye’s push to improve its anti-money laundering and terrorism finance policies is well underway, but further resources are needed to increase enforcement and judicial capacity, a local lawyer has said.

Belgian authorities arrest suspect in export control evasion scheme

The owner of a Belgian supply management company allegedly sent accelerometers, surveillance cameras and reprogrammable circuits to China and Russia, prosecutors say.

SAP gets tough on compliance

“If you’re within our ecosystem in any capacity, then you’re subject to our rules,” said the chief compliance officer of the German software business, which is facing several bribery investigations.

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Covington must hand over seven client names in relation to hack

An SEC request to disclose client names will not break attorney-client privilege or exceed the agency’s statutory authority, a federal judge said.

Sujit Raman: “my team is often called upon to fill the gap”

Sujit Raman, Blockchain intelligence company TRM Labs’ chief legal officer, tells GIR about how recent enforcement actions have shaped his organisation’s approach to compliance, as well as the challenges he faces working …

Philip Smith: “Publish more data regarding voluntary self-disclosures”

The director of regulatory compliance at Booking.com speaks to GIR about his organisation’s approach to compliance and investigations, and why he’d like to see enforcement agencies provide more information on cases that …

DOJ official: Compliance-promoting compensation is about more than just clawbacks

The public reaction to a new DOJ pilot programme incentivising companies to promote compliance via compensation packages has been too narrowly focused on clawbacks, a senior DOJ lawyer said.

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