Topic: Remediation

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

Monitorships decline as companies invest in compliance

Lawyers say monitorships are on the decline because companies are better at avoiding them and prosecutors are less keen to impose them. But those lawyers also question whether that trend will continue.

18 November 2020

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