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Lessons from PwC’s failure to squelch dissent in the ranks with ‘silent layoffs’


It’s been a trying time for staff at firms with redundancies, affecting morale as layoffs mount amid an effort to silence dissent in the ranks for those departing.


De-risking trend threatens global financial markets, Treasury official warns


As the United States and other Western countries turn the screws on criminals, hackers, terrorist organizations, and sanctions evaders attempting to access global financial markets, financial institutions could respond by reducing their connections to risky sectors, according to Treasury Under Secretary Brian Nelson.

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FTC proposes $5M penalty for NGL Labs, founders over COPPA violations


The Federal Trade Commission ordered anonymous messaging app creator NGL Labs and its two founders to pay $5 million for unfairly marketed to children and falsely claiming artificial intelligence filtered out bullying messages and threats.


New U.K. codes strive to restore falling trust, integrity


Codes of ethics and conduct are becoming ubiquitous, yet instilling high standards of corporate integrity still seems an elusive goal. Why is corporate culture such a challenge?


Q&A: Seaco general counsel, compliance head on environmental regulations


Dominic Buckwell, general counsel and compliance head at global marine container leasing company Seaco, discussed key themes including anti-money laundering, sanctions, and why the industry needs common environmental reporting standards.

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SCOTUS extends timeline for regulated entities seeking to overturn regulations


The U.S. Supreme Court extended the statute of limitations for businesses attempting to challenge some federal regulations, allowing regulated entities a longer timeline to appeal a decision.

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DOJ orders Evolution Health to pay $4.5M over alleged kickbacks, false claims


A home health company operating in Indiana, Ohio, and Texas agreed to pay nearly $4.5 million to settle allegations it filed false claims by giving sports tickets and other kickbacks to assisted living facilities in exchange for referrals.


How fintechs can overcome major compliance hurdles in embedded finance

2024-07-01T15:45:00+01:00By Margaret Holmes Tibbets, CW guest columnist

Margaret Holmes Tibbets, chief compliance officer at financial technology company Pipe, explains how firms are facing an existential compliance crisis, and to survive they’ll need to overcome not one but two hurdles.