Region: Europe

Spain investigating Repsol chairman in spying case

15 April 2021

France urged to tweak settlement tool for environmental crime

Practitioners warned of the risks of a newly established corporate settlement mechanism covering environmental offences.

15 April 2021

Former JPMorgan trader accuses bank of retaliating over DOJ assistance

JPMorgan’s ex-global head of precious metals trading, Donald Turnbull, claims the investment bank fired him in 2019 after he voluntarily cooperated with a DOJ spoofing probe.

15 April 2021

EU sets out roadmap to boost law enforcement cooperation

15 April 2021

Singaporean regulator dings Swiss lender over anti-money laundering failures

14 April 2021

Paul Hastings investigations partner joins McDermott

Simon Airey has left Paul Hastings’ London investigations practice two months after the firm hired a new head of practice in the city.

14 April 2021

Denmark charges US and UK nationals in cum-ex fraud case

The Danish financial prosecutor has charged three US and three UK nationals over an alleged 1.1 billion kroner fraud connected to the sweeping cum-ex tax scandal.

13 April 2021

Halkbank attempts to throw out sanctions case at Second Circuit

13 April 2021

Slaughter and May to lead independent investigation into Greensill Capital lobbying controversy

12 April 2021

SFO opens fraud probe into companies behind car leasing investment scheme

The agency is investigating Raedex Consortium, which entered administration in March shortly after an FCA order to halt regulated activities over serious concerns about its finances.

09 April 2021

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