Circle Internet Financial’s new compliance chief plans to bolster the financial technology company’s risk and compliance leadership as U.S. authorities increase regulation of digital-currency transactions.
The SEC awarded more than $28 million to a whistleblower whose tip helped the regulator and the Justice Department launch investigations that led to bribery charges against a U.S. subsidiary of Panasonic and former executives.
A new U.S. program to reward those who report possible violations of anti-money-laundering laws has gotten off to a slow start.
Matt Olsen, Uber Technologies’ chief trust and security officer and a veteran of Washington’s national security circles, is expected to be nominated to serve as head of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, according to people familiar with the matter.
Swiss Life entities agreed to pay $77.3 million, which includes restitution, forfeiture of all gross fees and a penalty, the Justice Department said.
Ericsson said it would pay Nokia $97.2 million to settle a damages claim relating to previously announced allegations that it violated the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.