Topic: Enforcement

Latvian regulator fines PrivatBank over AML failings

23 November 2021

Switzerland becomes latest country to fine SBM Offshore over bribery

Swiss prosecutors have slapped SBM Offshore with a $7.6 million fine for bribery offences, closing another chapter in the Dutch oil company’s protracted efforts to put historic corruption behind it.

23 November 2021

Hong Kong regulator fines four banks over anti-money laundering breaches

Hong Kong’s banking regulator has fined Swiss lender UBS, Commercial Bank of China and two other banks for historic anti-money laundering breaches.

22 November 2021

SEC demands VW identify executives in dieselgate litigation

18 November 2021

DOJ doesn’t oppose subpoenas in Autonomy criminal case

16 November 2021

SFO DPAs: Is the system working?

The SFO has made some progress on DPAs. However, as director Lisa Osofsky wants more power to clamp down on a “dangerous culture of organised irresponsibility”, Hogan Lovells partners Crispin Rapinet, Liam Naidoo, and associate Reuben Vandercruyssen explore if the DPA system is working.

15 November 2021

Former Raiffeisen lawyer penalised for leaking legal report

12 November 2021

FCA fines second company over cum-ex trades

The UK financial regulator has ordered London-based brokerage Sunrise Brokers to pay £642,000 for executing suspected cum-ex trades on behalf of its clients.

12 November 2021

Mozambique appeals against decision to extradite ex-finance minister to US

11 November 2021

Sweden accuses oil executives of complicity in Sudanese war crimes

Swedish prosecutors have charged the chairman and director of Swedish oil company Lundin Energy with being complicit in military attacks on Sudanese civilians.

11 November 2021

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