Topic: Enforcement

Switzerland votes to reform OAG following Fifa scandal

Switzerland’s Council of States has agreed to consider strengthening oversight of the attorney general’s office after the country’s former top lawyer was accused of mishandling a corruption investigation into world football body Fifa.

16 September 2021

Former US intelligence and military operatives reach settlement over foreign hacking

15 September 2021

Former Goldman Sachs analyst avoids further prison time in fraud case

13 September 2021

FCA warns three traders over spoofing

10 September 2021

OFAC penalises Texas video production company over Iran sales

OFAC said that NewTek erroneously believed that it could sell its products to Iran provided they weren’t shipped directly to the country.

10 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable transcript: Part I

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

People News: former Fifa integrity manager moves to world anti-doping body

Nicholas Raudenski, a former integrity official at football governing bodies Fifa and Uefa, has become the head of intelligence and investigations at the Lausanne-based International Testing Agency.

09 September 2021

NAB chief outlines bank’s remediation efforts amid Austrac probe

09 September 2021

Jean Boustani willing to testify via video link at Mozambique Tuna Bonds trial

09 September 2021

Swiss parliamentary commission refuses to lift ex-special prosecutor’s immunity

A Swiss parliamentary commission has voted to protect former special prosecutor Stefan Keller from potential prosecution for allegedly revealing confidential information about an investigation linked to world football body Fifa.

08 September 2021

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