July 28, 2020, GIR
Germany’s plans to boost state oversight of companies in the wake of the Wirecard scandal is a step in the right direction but lacks the detail necessary to resolve the country's supervisory shortcomings.
April 24, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
The Justice Department is closely monitoring cyber intrusions at US institutions that are researching a cure for the coronavirus, according to a senior prosecutor.
April 03, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
The Justice Department’s counterintelligence chief has said the pursuit of economic espionage has been greatly aided by cooperation from the US private sector.
January 10, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
The Dutch government has said it expects companies to implement procedures to prevent their products from being used to violate human rights abroad.
October 18, 2019, GIR
Andrea Gacki has reiterated OFAC’s determination to go after any company or individual that is found to be violating US sanctions.
October 09, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
The chief of the US Justice Department’s counterintelligence and export control section has alluded to an updated policy on how companies are expected to report misconduct.
October 03, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
Sigal Mandelker, the undersecretary of treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence, will leave the Treasury Department shortly to rejoin the private sector.
July 11, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
The small office of lawyers within the US Treasury Department that scrutinises all sanctions activity has lost its second-in-command, as the drain of institutional knowledge persists under President Trump.
June 13, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
A technical shift in US Treasury policy could see companies paying more to settle large sanctions cases involving multiple agencies.
May 03, 2019, JUST SANCTIONS
The US Treasury Department says creating a compliance programme in accordance with its freshly-released guidance could help companies reduce penalties in sanctions cases.