Topic: Data collection

GIR sanctions roundtable

Part III of the GIR sanctions roundtable focuses on compliance trends; use of technology in compliance, investigations and enforcement; and OFAC’s and OFSI’s approaches to crypto transactions.

24 September 2021

App Annie agrees to pay $10 million to settle security fraud charges with the SEC

15 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable transcript: Part I

The conversation focuses on US/UK priorities in the sanctions landscape; how the jurisdictions approach sanctions and licensing; and private sector views on tensions between commercial and compliance risks.

10 September 2021

NAB chief outlines bank’s remediation efforts amid Austrac probe

09 September 2021

DOJ staff struggling to deal with weight of foreign evidence requests

The international affairs office of the DOJ’s criminal division says that it doesn’t have enough resources to deal with its backlog of mutual legal assistance cases.

23 July 2021

FCA chief: investigations facing increasing data challenges

15 July 2021

Ex-MROS chief: new powers a “major step forward” for Swiss international cooperation

The former head of Switzerland’s financial intelligence unit expects foreign authorities to eagerly tap the office’s expanded powers to demand information from banks on behalf of international partners.

06 July 2021

Credit Suisse fined $1.5 million for data reporting failures

28 June 2021

Australia ushers in US Cloud Act-style law

Australian enforcement agencies have been granted the power to force communication service providers with a presence in the country to hand over data even if the information is stored abroad, in a move that local politicians hope will significantly speed up criminal investigations.

24 June 2021

Chicago court quashes spoofing defendants' subpoena to CFTC

23 April 2021

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