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The men are accused of allowing North Korea’s Lazarus Group to launder some $455 million through their cryptocurrency mixing service. A lawyer for one of the defendants claims he was charged “because he helped develop software”.
24 August 2023
“The CGU’s actions must be strong enough to create the fear of punishment,” the agency’s anti-corruption leader told GIR. “But the agency must also be collaborative, and make sure that cooperating with the CGU is a process that will leave the company better off than what it was.”
18 August 2023
OFAC found that two employees at a Dubai-based subsidiary engaged in a “big job” of reexporting US-made building materials to fulfil a shopping mall contract in Iran’s capital.
17 August 2023
The lawyer who conducted Braskem’s CGU monitorship told GIR that the company now has a compliance programme that is a “benchmark” for national and international companies.
16 August 2023
11 August 2023
The settlement will be the second largest corporate criminal resolution ever reached in the UK if the penalty amount the gambling business has set aside for its deferred prosecution agreement is finalised.
10 August 2023
A publisher has accused the UK’s financial regulator of breaching procurement rules when it awarded a lucrative publishing contract to a small compliance business.
07 August 2023
In the wake of a sexual harassment scandal at a London investment business, GIR explores the Financial Conduct Authority’s efforts to punish companies and individuals for non-financial misconduct.
31 July 2023
Sheffield-based Herd IT Consulting has been hired to conduct a root cause analysis for the UK’s anti-fraud office that will include the collapsed G4S investigation.
27 July 2023
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