The U.S. Justice Department on Friday took steps to solidify the leadership ranks of its criminal division and fraud section under an assistant attorney general selected by President Biden, promoting several career prosecutors to serve in key positions overseeing the agency’s investigation of complex white-collar crimes.
A joint submission by the British energy services company and the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office details a potential penalty of $240 million
Wholly-owned holding company Swedbank Baltics AS has now become owner of Swedbank’s subsidiary banks in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Security, compliance are top trust priorities, executives say. And, Binance adds two former IRS special agents to investigations team
The hunt for crypto-focused compliance executives has intensified in recent months as the industry faces growing regulatory pressure, both in the U.S. and abroad.
The Justice Department veteran, who helped enforce the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, is returning to law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell.
BaFin ordered the digital bank to pay around $5 million over the delayed submission of suspicious activity reports.
Benjamin Melnicki has joined Robinhood Crypto from digital currency asset management firm Grayscale Investments.
The energy services company said it would plead guilty to seven counts of failing to prevent former Petrofac employees from offering or making payments to agents involved in projects in Iraq, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
The Treasury Department has begun the process of extending anti-money-laundering requirements to antiquities dealers.
The Geneva-based International Organization for Standardization has thrown its weight behind a push for companies to go beyond the traditional ideas of good governance to include more environmentally and socially conscious models.
Ingrid Harbo, the Swedish bank’s current compliance officer, has decided to retire
Companies preparing to implement the Biden administration’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate face logistical challenges and unanswered questions about how to comply, employment and compensation lawyers say.
With the latest awards, the SEC whistleblower program has paid out more than $1 billion to 207 whistleblowers since issuing its first award in 2012, the agency said.