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08 December 2022
Andrii Derkach was sanctioned in 2020 for his involvement in a disinformation campaign targeting, among others, US President Joe Biden.
07 December 2022
Speaking at a GIR conference on Thursday, Chloe Wootton hailed the agency’s triumphs in prosecuting companies for breaches of section 7 of the Bribery Act while making a case for a failure to prevent fraud offence.
05 December 2022
05 December 2022
Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei’s founder and current chief financial officer at the company, agreed to a four-year DPA, back-dated to the time of her arrest in 2018, in 2021.
02 December 2022
The Turkish government said the DOJ’s prosecution of Halkbank has strained political ties between the two countries, describing the US criminal case as “a demeaning move against Türkiye’s dignity”.
25 November 2022
The Irish government denied impeding any investigations after the European Public Prosecutor’s Office claimed the country has “systematically hindered” the prosecuting body’s efforts to protect the EU budget from financial crimes.
24 November 2022
Matthew Connolly, whose Libor conviction was overturned in January, says Deutsche Bank made him the “fall guy” and is asking for more than $150 million in damages.
18 November 2022
The Ohio State University has agreed to pay $875,000 for failing to disclose a professor’s affiliations with a foreign government while receiving research funds from various US organisations.
11 November 2022
A Glencore subsidiary received the UK’s highest-ever penalty for a corporate criminal conviction after a judge found that bribery was “part of the culture” on the trader’s West Africa oil desk.
03 November 2022
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