Michael Hsu, a regulator at the Federal Reserve, has been named acting comptroller of the currency by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Andreas Gottschling, Credit Suisse’s board member in charge of its risk committee, has stepped down as fallout from the collapses of Archegos Capital and Greensill Capital continues to roil the bank.
Richard Chambers, former president and CEO of the Institute of Internal Auditors, has partnered with AuditBoard as a senior internal audit advisor.
German technology giant Siemens announced the appointment of Annette Kraus as chief compliance officer.
Christopher Cestaro, chief of the Justice Department’s FCPA Unit, is set to depart the agency for a partner position with law firm WilmerHale.
Alex Oh resigned as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Division for personal reasons after less than one full week on the job.
JBS USA has named Kevin Arquit to the newly created role of chief legal officer. Arquit will be responsible for leading the company’s global legal, ethics, and compliance efforts.
Brian King will return to Goldman Sachs as consumer chief risk officer and head of business operations after seven months with Wells Fargo.
Citgo Petroleum Corp. announced the appointment of Steven Scarpino to serve as its first stand-alone chief ethics and compliance officer reporting directly to the CEO and audit committee of the board of directors.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Alex Oh to lead an Enforcement Division expected to be more aggressive under new Chair Gary Gensler.
The Coca-Cola Company has pushed out its top legal counsel after less than a year on the job and named its chief compliance officer to replace him.
President Joe Biden’s nomination of Lisa Monaco to be deputy attorney general of the United States was confirmed by the Senate on Tuesday.
Danske Bank CEO Chris Vogelzang and board member Gerrit Zalm each resigned after being identified as suspects in ABN AMRO’s money laundering scandal. Chief Risk Officer Carsten Egeriis will take over as Danske’s CEO.
Marc Berger, most recently acting director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, will join Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in June as a partner in its litigation department.
IEX Group has appointed Rachel Barnett as chief legal officer. She will oversee all legal and compliance matters for the financial technology company.
Daniel Trujillo, executive vice president and global chief ethics and compliance officer at Walmart, is leaving the company “to pursue other opportunities,” according to an internal memo shared with employees.
Sprout Mortgage announced the appointment of Laura LaRaia as executive vice president, general counsel, and chief compliance officer.
President Joe Biden will nominate Kenneth Polite as assistant attorney general to lead the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division. Polite previously worked as chief compliance officer at Fortune 500 electric power company Entergy.
The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program, Jane Norberg, will leave her post later this month.
Credit card startup Petal announced the appointment of former CFPB official Elizabeth Corbett as general counsel and chief compliance officer.
Mr. Cooper Group, a home loan service provider, announced the appointment of Kurt Johnson as executive vice president and chief risk and compliance officer.
Credit Suisse Chief Risk and Compliance Officer Lara Warner has stepped down from her role and left the company following the bank’s loss of an estimated $4.7 billion due to the meltdown of hedge fund Archegos Capital Management.
Kenneth Blanco has been tapped to lead a new financial crimes unit at Citi following his departure as director of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network later this week.
Terminix Global Holdings, a pest management company, announced in a regulatory filing that John Mullen, vice president, controller and chief accounting officer, has left the company and been succeeded by Mary Hopkins.
Duke Energy has appointed Cindy Lee as vice president, chief accounting officer and controller, effective May 16.
Heath Tarbert, former chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, has been named chief legal officer at Citadel Securities.
FinCEN Director Kenneth Blanco, who has served in the position since December 2017, will step down April 9, and Michael Mosier, formerly the deputy director of FinCEN, will return to the agency as acting director.
Deutsche Bank announced a series of changes to its management board, including the upcoming departure of Chief Risk Officer Stuart Lewis and transition of compliance responsibilities to Chief Administrative Officer Stefan Simon.
McDonald’s announced the appointment of Desiree Ralls-Morrison as general counsel and corporate secretary. Ralls-Morrison succeeds Jerome Krulewitch, who retired in October 2020 following his being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced the appointment of former Financial Action Task Force executives Rick McDonell and Josée Nadeau as compliance and regulatory advisors.
Tesla in February appointed David Searle as deputy general counsel and senior director of compliance. The electric car maker is currently facing an investor lawsuit criticizing its board for failing to appoint a general counsel to control CEO Elon Musk.
Media giant Fox Corporation shook up its ethics and legal departments with the appointments of Jeff Taylor as general counsel and Nicholas Trutanich as chief ethics and compliance officer.
Salon retailer Sally Beauty Holdings announced the appointment of Kim McIntosh as group vice president, controller and chief accounting officer.
FirstEnergy named Antonio Fernández vice president and chief ethics and compliance officer, effective April 12. His appointment comes amid U.S. government scrutiny over a corruption scandal.
Volvo Cards has appointed Augusta Speiser as chief compliance and ethics officer.
Upstart exercise equipment and media company Peloton has appointed Lance Lanciault as senior vice president, head of compliance and risk.
Australia-based financial institution Westpac announced Group General Counsel and Enterprise Executive Rebecca Lim has decided to step down and move to a part-time advisory role.
Pharmaceuticals firm Eli Lilly announced the appointment of Alonzo Weems as senior vice president and chief ethics and compliance officer amid a series of executive-level transitions.
USAA Real Estate announced the appointment of Michael Boyd as its new general counsel.
Digital lending platform Roostify announced the appointment of Roger Fendelman as its first chief compliance officer.
Spirit AeroSystems announced Mindy McPheeters has been named senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary.
Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology firm Moderna announced the appointment of Shannon Thyme Klinger as chief legal officer, effective June 1.
Video game giant Activision Blizzard announced Frances Townsend has joined the company as executive vice president for corporate affairs and has been appointed by the board of directors to serve as corporate secretary and chief compliance officer.
Goldman Sachs General Counsel Karen Seymour will retire from the financial services firm at the end of March, according to an internal announcement. Seymour will rejoin Sullivan & Cromwell as a partner.
Multinational clothing company HanesBrands announced Tracy Preston has been named general counsel, corporate secretary and chief compliance officer.
Global cruise line operator Carnival Corp. announced Arnaldo Perez has stepped down as general counsel. Perez, who held the position since 1995, will remain at Carnival as senior vice president and company secretary.
Swiss-based pharmaceutical firm Novartis announced Chief Legal Officer Shannon Thyme Klinger has decided to resign and return to the United States to take an executive role at a biotechnology company.
Manufacturing giant Emerson announced the promotion of Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer Lisa Flavin to a senior vice president role. Flavin will also join Emerson’s office of the chief executive.
TriMas, a manufacturer of engineered and applied industrial products, announced Joshua Sherbin, senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer, is leaving the company.
Brian Rabbitt, who most recently served as acting assistant attorney general and principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice’s Criminal Division, has joined Jones Day, the law firm announced.