Impacted financial institutions, including cryptocurrency exchangers, may want to review know-your-customer policies and anti-money laundering compliance in light of President Trump’s executive order.
The PCAOB has settled disciplinary actions with audit firm Marcum, an affiliated firm, and its former auditor independence leader over independence violations.
While the escalating tit-for-tat trade war and increasing tariff rate hikes between the U.S. and China cannot be controlled, proactive companies are learning to swing with the punches—from diversifying their supply chains to shifting their production lines elsewhere.
Bob Ward, director of trade compliance at Wesco International, explains to columnist Tom Fox the benefits of targeted sanctions and how compliance practitioners can properly respond to such.
Chief compliance officers got some much-needed guidance on how to build a well-crafted sanctions compliance program thanks to the recent OFAC framework.
Shipping giant FedEx is suing the federal government in an effort to reverse what it says are impossible to achieve compliance burdens imposed by the Department of Commerce.
The SEC has canceled sanctions imposed by the PCAOB on a now-retired KPMG auditor connected with a mortgage lender failure at the height of the financial crisis.
Expedia Group has agreed to pay more than $325,000 to resolve allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions on Cuba, the Treasury Department announced.
The World Bank announced the nine-month debarment of China Railway Construction Corp. and two of its subsidiaries concerning misconduct under a highway project in Georgia.
The World Bank has debarred two subsidiaries of Veolia Water Technologies for fraudulent and collusive practices during a bidding process under the Río Bogotá Environmental Recuperation and Flood Control Project in Colombia.
The U.S. Treasury Department has found that State Street Bank and Trust violated Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations.
New moves from the Commerce Department suggest a full domestic ban on products from the Chinese telecom giant Huawei are forthcoming.
The World Bank Group has placed a 15-month debarment on Shanghai-based Sieyuan Electric relating to fraudulent practices under the Inter-Zonal Transmission Hub Project.