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The European Banking Authority has warned that EU authorities are losing opportunities to detect suspicious transactions because lenders are too eager to cut ties with risky customers.
06 January 2022
24 November 2021
The European Court of Human Rights has found that Estonia’s legal system lacks crucial protections regarding the legal professional privilege of lawyers under investigation.
17 November 2021
Belgian prosecutors violated a former EU official’s right to a fair trial when interrogating him in a corruption investigation linked to Swiss commodities trader Glencore, Europe’s human rights court has ruled.
15 September 2021
06 September 2021
03 September 2021
The EU’s banking regulator has set out draft guidelines designed to establish a clear, consistent understanding of the role of anti-money laundering compliance officers in financial institutions across the bloc.
03 August 2021
One Swiss lawyer said the country’s parliament should examine the “unacceptable” ruling that permits prosecutors to seize legal advice given by lawyers outside of Europe in certain circumstances.
23 July 2021
The European Commission has determined that Daimler, BMW and the Volkswagen group agreed not to compete over emissions technology in diesel cars, in its first-ever cartel decision penalising collusion over technical standards.
09 July 2021
08 July 2021
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