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A former counsel in President Joseph Biden’s White House has rejoined Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, and a retired US district court judge has entered private practice.
22 February 2024
Crypto firm Binance has appointed a new chief compliance officer in the US following a major resolution in November and Switzerland’s Finma has a new chief executive.
31 January 2024
It is common practice for an internal investigation to begin with the drafting of an investigation plan detailing the objectives, scope, roles and responsibilities for the investigation.
10 January 2024
In the latest round-up of sanctions developments, oligarch Mikhail Fridman has lost a tussle with OFSI for permission to make further payments towards the upkeep of his house, and a US automotive electronics supplier is still waiting to hear from OFAC almost a decade after a voluntary self-disclosure of potential sanctions breaches.
27 October 2023
China currently maintains a relatively modest export control regime. As for the scope of controlled items, items on the multilateral non-proliferation control list constitute the main body of China’s dual-use export control list.
29 September 2023
Authorities across the Asia-Pacific region continue to tackle money laundering and the financing of terrorism through enforcement actions and prosecutions while concurrently seeking to amend and update the regulatory regimes to plug gaps and address developments in this area.
13 September 2023
08 August 2023
Practitioners in London and Hong Kong remember Crispin Rapinet, a Hogan Lovells solicitor and GIR board member who was described as an outstanding lawyer to work with and an equally great person to be around.
01 August 2023
A Swiss court has quashed the country’s first-ever conviction of a bank for enabling money laundering.
04 July 2023
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