Topic: Remediation

Dutch parliamentary resolution could open the door for corporate monitorships

GIR speaks to the politician behind a recent proposal in the Netherlands to introduce mandatory probation and independent oversight of compliance efforts for companies that resolve a criminal investigation through a settlement.

03 March 2021

Estonia cuts ties with Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan

19 February 2021

IRS says disgorgement is tax deductible when paid to victims

One defence lawyer said that while the IRS’s new disgorgement rule is a step in the right direction, it is “woefully incomplete”.

18 February 2021

KPMG to stop some non-audit services in South Africa

16 February 2021

Tencent fires over 100 staff over corruption

03 February 2021

French banking regulator dings Moroccan lender for anti-money laundering failures

The regulatory arm of the Bank of France has issued a €500,000 fine against the European subsidiary of a Casablanca-based bank for violating French anti-money laundering regulations.

02 February 2021

Dutch politicians want mandatory probation for corporate wrongdoers

02 February 2021

Betting company settles UK Gambling Commission probe

29 January 2021

SEC official: High-pressure deals are ultimate test of compliance

Charles Cain, chief of the SEC’s FCPA unit, said that high-pressure deals are the ones that really determine how robust a company’s compliance programme is.

02 December 2020

JPMorgan slapped with $250 million fine over compliance issues

The US Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency handed JPMorgan Chase Bank a $250 million penalty over internal controls and audit failures.

24 November 2020

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