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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
A Dutch banking regulator has closed an investigation into whether lender ING’s top executives committed ethical breaches in connection with a money laundering scandal at the bank.
17 September 2021
The second instalment of GIR’s sanctions roundtable sees the panellists discuss global trends and priorities, views on countersanctions and blocking measures, and enforcement and cooperation strategies from the private and government side.
17 September 2021
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
The former director of the Serious Fraud Office, Sir David Green CB QC, has called for “significant rewards” to its top investigators, prosecutors and forensic accountants to stop them from leaving.
06 September 2021
02 September 2021
A controversial SEC anti-money laundering case brought to the US Supreme Court presents a “unique opportunity to make clear to the courts, regulators, and industry alike” that FinCEN has exclusive authority to enforce the Bank Secrecy Act and its regulations, two former agency officials argue.
24 August 2021
23 August 2021
GIR asked over 20 lawyers which penalty issued by the US civil export control enforcer in the past five years has had the greatest effect on corporate compliance.
13 August 2021
03 August 2021
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