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The charges are the latest in a DOJ investigation into Ecuadorian state-owned insurance companies, Seguros Sucre and Seguros Rocafuerte.
20 July 2022
A Florida federal judge said he was not “persuaded” by a Houston federal judge's decision to dismiss separate bribery cases on jurisdictional grounds.
18 July 2022
The UK’s financial regulator handed a £2 million penalty to a London brokerage that entered administration in January after carrying out nearly £80 billion of suspected cum-ex trades for its clients.
15 July 2022
The DOJ charged two financial asset managers for their alleged role in a scheme to launder an estimated $1.2 billion in funds corruptly obtained from Venezuela’s state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA).
13 July 2022
Seven members of the UK’s House of Lords have asked the government to relax its anti-money laundering regulations because the rules are personally inconveniencing them.
06 July 2022
A Brazilian court has ruled that a new law regulating the reach of Brazil’s legal watchdog doesn't protect lawyers from prosecution for their roles in bribery schemes.
06 July 2022
A parliamentary committee has concluded that the UK’s underfunded law enforcement agencies have failed to effectively utilise unexplained wealth orders.
30 June 2022
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