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In the latest people news update, a former SEC commissioner will be swapping courtrooms for classrooms as she leaves the agency to teach law at New York University, while a New Jersey fintech bank has bolstered its crypto compliance team with a new hire.
28 June 2022
South Africa’s long-running anti-corruption inquiry has asked the country’s financial intelligence unit to investigate whether lenders have complied with anti-money laundering rules.
24 June 2022
In the latest people news update, Danske Bank’s top compliance executive is set to become Rabobank’s chief financial economic crime officer, and Ropes & Gray has poached the US Department of Justice’s first in-house compliance expert.
17 June 2022
Hong Kong’s financial markets regulator said that the bank’s culture encouraged “chasing revenue at the expense of basic standards of honesty”.
28 January 2022
“We’ve been facing a lot more pressure from the targets of investigations,” said a Hong Kong-based lawyer.
09 December 2021
A former Hong Kong chief justice has said that he expects local courts will rule on cases brought under China’s controversial national security law with fairness.
08 December 2021
In the latest People News round up, the UK’s financial regulator has recruited veteran civil servant Stephen Roman to serve as its general counsel, and Fried Frank, Cooley and Hughes Hubbard & Reed nab US prosecutors.
07 December 2021
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
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