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A co-founder of French firm Kiehman & Marembert has helped US investment bank JPMorgan reach a €25 million tax fraud settlement with French prosecutors following a six-year-long investigation.
07 September 2021
The principal assistant chief of the Fraud Section’s market integrity and major frauds unit is joining a law firm in Washington, DC, and Dechert has hired a former federal prosecutor who featured in GIR’s most recent Women in Investigations survey.
27 August 2021
The head of New York state’s financial services regulator has stepped down following the resignation of Governor Andrew Cuomo, and a senior compliance lawyer has left Nokia for Swiss technology company ABB.
16 August 2021
In the latest counsel watch, a team from Jones Day leads Ohio-based electric services company FirstEnergy to a multimillion-dollar settlement over allegations it made fraudulent payments to public officials for beneficial treatment.
12 August 2021
Over the past few weeks, President Joe Biden announced plans to appoint a serving national security prosecutor as a top export control official, and Credit Suisse’s latest compliance head left after just four months in the role.
03 August 2021
GIR is accepting submissions for the GIR Awards until the final deadline of 6 August.
02 August 2021
Wilkinson Stekloff finds a culture of “fear” at Washington Football Team, Deloitte calls on a Singapore firm to fight allegations of auditing failures in the country and Gleiss Lutz leads car manufacturers to Dieselgate settlements.
16 July 2021
Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto has hired Isabelle Deschamps as its new chief legal officer, and a former Linklaters partner has started as special counsel at the White House.
12 July 2021
The Serious Fraud Office has hired former Metropolitan Police detective chief superintendent Michael Gallagher to a position overseeing the agency’s investigations.
07 July 2021
Matt Dewsbury, the group head of financial crime investigations at HSBC Holdings in London, tells GIR about how one of the world’s largest financial institution structures its investigations, how emerging technologies and data regulations could change the nature of his work and what keeps him up at night.
21 June 2021
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