Topic: Corporate liability

European gambling business investigates AML failings in the Middle East

Gibraltar-based betting company 888 announced the immediate departure of its CEO on the same day it revealed breaches of anti-money laundering “best practices”.

30 January 2023

UK government commits to new failure to prevent offence

26 January 2023

SEC and DOJ set sights once more on ephemeral messaging and personal device use

The DOJ and SEC’s recent focus on ephemeral messaging means companies will have to act swiftly to avoid pitfalls related to their employees’ use of widely available messaging platforms, say Ann Sultan and Andrew Wise, members at Miller & Chevalier.

20 December 2022

GIR’s top stories of 2022

The GIR editorial team is taking a break from regular news briefings over the next couple of weeks. We will be back on 3 January. In the meantime, please enjoy this selection of some of our favourite and most-read stories. Happy holidays!

18 December 2022

US senators introduce AML legislation focused on crypto industry

15 December 2022

PNF raids McKinsey Paris office, Macron party HQ

15 December 2022

OECD urges Poland, Finland to take urgent action on foreign bribery

15 December 2022

FCA fines Santander £108m for “significant and persistent” AML failures

The Financial Conduct Authority has issued one of its biggest-ever penalties to Spanish lender Santander's UK business for failing to prevent its customers from potentially laundering hundreds of millions of pounds.

09 December 2022

Dutch prosecutors investigating Rabobank over suspected AML breaches

08 December 2022

Airbus export control head: diversion of parts to Russia is company’s “biggest worry”

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Speaking at a GIR Live conference in London on Thursday, Lesley Davey outlined the company’s response to sanctions on Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

01 December 2022

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