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Two cross-party anti-corruption groups have called for the UK government to reinvest some of the money secured from successful enforcement actions into its anti-corruption agencies.
19 May 2022
SEC chairman Gary Gensler said the agency’s enforcement division needs more resources to deal with a surge in reports from whistleblowers and members of the public.
18 May 2022
The assistant secretary for export enforcement expanded on potential changes to the agency’s administrative enforcement arsenal, including its approach to penalties, charging letters, and no admit, no deny settlements.
17 May 2022
“I have little doubt that Mr [Neil] Gerrard had a large ego and a belief that he is always right and expected others to follow him implicitly,” the court said in an excoriating judgment concluding that the lawyer repeatedly leaked ENRC’s confidential information to the SFO.
16 May 2022
FinCEN’s associate director said no action letters could help companies “employ new and innovative techniques and technologies” in the fight to stop illicit funds from entering the US financial system.
12 May 2022
Susan Hawley of anti-corruption NGO Spotlight on Corruption called for reforms to address the enforcement crisis, including large budget increases and a public inquiry.
27 April 2022
The Swiss ministry responsible for investigating economic sanctions breaches has doubled down on its position that lawyers have a duty to disclose assets held by sanctioned clients.
01 April 2022
30 March 2022
Politicians on Tuesday accused the director of the UK’s Serious Fraud Office of hiding behind an ongoing review of the agency to avoid questions about the high-profile collapse of two individual prosecutions in an international bribery investigation.
29 March 2022
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