Topic: Enforcement policy

German prosecutors charge Sanjay Shah in cum-ex probe

16 March 2021

Acquitted FX trader: DOJ “purposeful and spiteful” in preventing access to evidence

Ex-JPMorgan trader Richard Usher has accused the US Justice Department of cynically blocking his efforts to use exculpatory evidence in ongoing administrative proceedings brought by the US banking regulator.

15 March 2021

US court allows ex-Citi trader lawsuit to proceed

London-based former Citi trader Rohan Ramchandani has reasonable grounds for his claims that the bank orchestrated an elaborate plan to let him take the fall for any alleged wrongdoing, a New York judge said.

12 March 2021

Human rights group condemns death sentence for DRC whistleblowers

10 March 2021

Fifa president cannot access former Swiss AG’s criminal file

09 March 2021

Businessman sentenced over US export control violations

08 March 2021

PetroSaudi cannot appeal against “unprecedented” ruling over alleged 1MDB funds

05 March 2021

Dutch parliamentary resolution could open the door for corporate monitorships

GIR speaks to the politician behind a recent proposal in the Netherlands to introduce mandatory probation and independent oversight of compliance efforts for companies that resolve a criminal investigation through a settlement.

03 March 2021

Clyde & Co can deny payments to PetroSaudi over risk of US prosecution

A judge at London’s High Court has ruled that Clyde & Co can ignore the court’s prior order to transfer funds in an escrow account to Saudi energy company PetroSaudi to avoid the risk of US prosecution.

26 February 2021

Nigeria confirms new head of anti-corruption agency

25 February 2021

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