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Only 69% of respondent companies had a “basic or developing” strategy for the growing field of technology, according to a survey of 201 top businesspeople published by KPMG and White & Case.
14 June 2023
Lawyers said the “unprecedented” leniency agreement between the municipality of São Paulo and a Swiss healthcare company paves the way for other local governments to follow suit.
08 June 2023
The former Criminal Division chief reflected on her career in interviews with GIR after retiring from the partnership at Latham & Watkins in late 2022.
23 May 2023
OFAC also struck a rare individual settlement with a former senior executive at the Unilever-owned company over their role in the alleged violations of Iranian sanctions.
18 May 2023
The agencies’ settlements with HSBC and Scotiabank come some eight months after a $1.8 billion group resolution with 11 other financial institutions over record-keeping failures.
11 May 2023
Jes Staley says his former employer is “seeking to change the narrative and deflect blame” by pinning its business relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein on him.
25 April 2023
The Bank of England’s regulatory arm’s second-ever fine, against a senior manager at TSB Bank, has put the senior managers and certification regime as an enforcement tool under the microscope, lawyers say.
24 April 2023
New data shows that the number of anti-money laundering whistleblowing reports received by the Financial Conduct Authority dropped to single-digit numbers in the 2021-2022 financial year.
18 April 2023
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