Topic: Enforcement policy

German regulator orders digital bank to appoint compliance expert

13 May 2021

New York court halts former Malaysian PM’s 1MDB evidence request

A federal judge in Manhattan says ex-leader Najib Razak must wait until the conclusion of a US criminal case before he can subpoena Goldman Sachs for evidence to help him fight corruption charges in Malaysia.

10 May 2021

US court permits ex-CFTC official to testify in JPMorgan spoofing case

07 May 2021

Swiss prosecutor kicked off investigation into Fifa president

A Swiss court has recused special prosecutor Stefan Keller from an investigation into Fifa president Gianni Infantino over posts the lawyer published on his personal website.

06 May 2021

DNB fined $48 million for anti-money laundering breaches

Norway’s largest bank has been rapped by the country’s financial regulator after avoiding criminal charges over its alleged role in the so-called Fishrot corruption scandal.

04 May 2021

As Biden settles in, lawyers expect uptick in anti-corruption enforcement

New leadership, a backlog of cases and a renewed emphasis on combating corruption have given corporate defence lawyers cause for optimism.

26 April 2021

ABN Amro signs €480 million Dutch money laundering settlement

Dutch prosecutors have marked three former ABN Amro executives as suspects, including the CEO of Danske Bank who announced his resignation on Monday.

19 April 2021

AMF records more settlements and modest investigations increase

16 April 2021

Brazil’s Supreme Court upholds Lula’s acquittal

16 April 2021

IRS chief asks Senate to beef up funding

14 April 2021

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