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Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse reaches $475M global resolution in corruption case

2021-10-19T22:04:00+01:00By

Credit Suisse Group and U.K. subsidiary Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) reached an approximately $475 million global settlement with U.S. and U.K. authorities for the bank’s role in a long-running tainted loan corruption scheme.

U.S. sanctions

Treasury issues 5 recommendations for modernizing U.S. sanctions

2021-10-19T16:49:00+01:00By

The U.S. Department of the Treasury issued a series of recommendations as to how to “adapt and modernize” the government’s use of sanctions to enhance their effectiveness in supporting national security objectives.

Navy ship

CEO of Navy contractor charged with bribery

2021-10-19T16:13:00+01:00By

Frank Rafaraci, CEO of Malta-based ship maintenance company Multinational Logistics Services, has voluntarily returned to the United States to face a criminal charge for his alleged role in a bribery scheme.

Hacker

FinCEN report: Ransomware SARs surge past 2020 totals

2021-10-18T20:45:00+01:00By

A Financial Crimes Enforcement Network report on financial trends in Bank Secrecy Act data found a greater number of SARs related to ransomware filed between January and June 2021 than during all of 2020.

Hand SOS

SOS hand signal created for victims of modern slavery

2021-10-18T19:26:00+01:00By

U.K.-based philanthropic organization Stronger Together has created a new hand signal to empower victims of modern slavery to get help. Though developed for the construction sector, the signal can be adopted across any industry as a best practice.

El Salvador

New DOJ tip line created to fight corruption in Central America

2021-10-18T18:09:00+01:00By

The Department of Justice has created a tip line to assist its Anticorruption Task Force in fighting corruption in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Telephone

When academic studies and hoax hotline claims go ‘off the rails’

2021-10-18T17:26:00+01:00By

Imagine this: An anonymous hotline tip comes through that a senior executive has engaged in insider trading. This scenario happened this summer as part of academic research, effectively leaving hundreds of unwitting corporate subjects to foot the bill for unnecessary follow-up conducted.

Austrian Post

GDPR enforcement roundup: Austrian Post facing new record fine

2021-10-18T16:56:00+01:00By

The Austrian Post is once again appealing what would be a record GDPR fine in the country after successfully defending itself in the first instance. Other recent decisions under the law provide further enforcement trends.