Topic: Data

Goldman Sachs, Citi disclose record-keeping investigations

The banks announced SEC probes into their suspected use of unapproved messaging platforms not long after HSBC said it was under investigation for similar practices by the CFTC.

28 February 2022

CFTC probes HSBC over alleged use of unapproved messaging platforms

The US financial markets regulator is investigating UK bank HSBC for allegedly breaking rules about work communications platforms.

23 February 2022

Tycoon targets investigations consultancy over alleged data violations

A Singapore resident has sued intelligence provider S-RM over its provision of reports to Morgan Stanley and other clients that allegedly contained unsubstantiated claims of corruption and fraud and may have involved illegal international data transfers.

21 January 2022

Q&A with former DOJ prosecutor Sujit Raman

Former senior DOJ prosecutor Sujit Raman, now at Sidley Austin in Washington, DC, spoke to GIR about the increasing national security dimension to US corporate crime enforcement and the impact of emerging technology on white-collar investigations.

16 December 2021

GIR Live Hong Kong: New Chinese data law hampering internal investigations

Featured in Investigator’s Guide to Hong Kong

“We’ve been facing a lot more pressure from the targets of investigations,” said a Hong Kong-based lawyer.

09 December 2021

Tech investments help Mishcon lure WilmerHale counsel

Outgoing WilmerHale counsel Alison Geary said that Mishcon de Reya’s investment in technology was a factor in her decision to change firms.

08 December 2021

App Annie agrees to pay $10 million to settle security fraud charges with the SEC

15 September 2021

Dechert added to UK hacking lawsuit brought by Stokoe Partnership Solicitors

10 September 2021

Ireland slaps WhatsApp with GDPR fine over data processing arrangements

Ireland’s privacy watchdog fined WhatsApp €225 million, the second largest GDPR penalty to date after Luxembourg’s €746 million fine to US online retailer Amazon in July.

03 September 2021

Iron Mountain reports data destruction in US sanctions probe

Information management company Iron Mountain says that it has mistakenly destroyed material related to a US sanctions probe focused on its dealings with Iranian entities.

09 August 2021

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