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Pakistan's largest bank has received a US$225 million fine from the New York Department of Financial Services for compliance failures, after the bank agreed to surrender its licence to operate in the state.
08 September 2017
29 August 2017
Transparency International has called on UK authorities to investigate Pakistan's ousted prime minister and his family over whether the Park Lane apartments they allegedly own were bought with the proceeds of crime.
31 July 2017
Smith & Wesson has agreed to pay US$2 million to resolve allegations it made improper payments in Pakistan, Indonesia and other countries to win contracts. The company neither admitted nor denied the allegations, which were made in an SEC administrative order published today.
28 July 2014
Latin American specialist Margarita Sánchez, a former associate at Arnold & Porter, has opened an arbitration and anti-corruption boutique in Washington, DC. By Leo Szolnoki.
12 June 2014
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