Topic: Data sharing

Swiss court authorises legal assistance in Latvian money laundering probe

08 April 2021

House of Lords: Brexit leaves “significant gap” for UK law enforcement

UK law enforcement’s continued access to a database of wanted individuals wanted within Europe is heavily dependent on agencies within the bloc choosing to help their UK counterparts, a parliamentary committee has found.

26 March 2021

Fifa president cannot access former Swiss AG’s criminal file

09 March 2021

Israel asks Switzerland for tax data on citizens and related companies

08 March 2021

US charges businessman with stealing GE semiconductor technology

01 March 2021

Danish financial intelligence unit receives record number of suspicious reports in 2020

18 February 2021

Facebook FTC negotiation documents to be disclosed

A Delaware judge has let plaintiffs access Facebook board communications so they can determine whether the company’s record $5 billion privacy fine was inflated in return for its chief executive avoiding personal liability.

16 February 2021

Exercising right to silence “easier” for individuals after ECJ insider trading ruling

Lawyers across the EU have welcomed a European court ruling that clarifies an individual’s right to silence in regulatory market abuse investigations.

10 February 2021

US trade authorities adopt flexible stance during pandemic

Experts say US enforcement bodies have been understanding of how the covid-19 pandemic has affected companies' ability to provide information during investigations.

08 February 2021

CFTC charges Nomura trader with market manipulation

02 February 2021

Get unlimited access to all Global Investigations Review content