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The Council of Europe has said 14 countries including the UK are failing to comply with international standards for holding companies liable for money laundering.
21 January 2022
Cruise operator Carnival has agreed to give its in-house investigators freedom to open their own investigations after a subsidiary pleaded guilty to violating its probation terms for a second time.
12 January 2022
“The US Chamber of Commerce fears law enforcement against corporate wrongdoers because its ranks are filled with corporate wrongdoers,” Public Citizen said.
11 January 2022
Switzerland’s federal criminal court has ordered Falcon Bank to pay $11.6 million after the private lender processed funds stolen from Malaysian development fund 1MDB.
15 December 2021
NatWest plans to spend an additional £1 billion on financial crime compliance over the next five years after pleading guilty in the UK to anti-money laundering charges.
13 December 2021
A former director of the UK’s Serious Fraud Office has said the Home Office has failed to provide the anti-fraud agency with the resources it needs to effectively tackle corporate crime.
02 December 2021
Germany’s newly-assembled coalition government has announced plans for an overhaul of the country’s corporate misconduct laws.
25 November 2021
19 November 2021
Recent changes to the way the DOJ handles corporate settlement agreements may discourage businesses from self-reporting misconduct, defence lawyers said.
09 November 2021
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