2nd March 2016
LONDON — A British financial regulator barred a former trader at Deutsche Bank from the country’s financial services industry on Wednesday, after he pleaded guilty last year to criminal charges in the United States over a scheme to manipulate the global benchmark interest rate known as Libor. Read More
2nd March 2016
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned Michael Ross Curtler, a former trader at Deutsche Bank AG, from the UK financial services industry for lacking honesty and integrity following a criminal conviction for fraud in the US. Read More
A. Katherine Toomey of Lewis Baach PLLC considers the evolving threat posed by cyberattacks, and the recent U.S. regulatory response Read More
29th February 2016
The Authority has been notified that the Isle of Man Treasury has recently published new and updated information regarding the above Sanction regime. Read More
29th February 2016
HONG KONG: Macau's anti-corruption agency has begun an investigation into a former senior figure in the public prosecutions office, an official and lawmakers said on Sunday, the most high-profile graft case in the world's largest gambling hub in a decade. Read More
26th February 2016
Please be advised that the United Nations Security Council has amended the details in respect of five individuals (“the listed persons”) on the list of persons associated with ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida maintained under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267. All persons on the list are subject to restrictive measures which include targeted financial sanctions. Read More
26th February 2016
Halliburton Atlantic Limited (HAL) has agreed to pay $304,706 to settle its potential liability for violations of US sanctions on Cuba.  The violations related to transactions worth $1,189,752, with a base penalty of $423,202 and a maximum of $1,235,000. Read More
26th February 2016
Members of FIFA have overwhelmingly voted to approve new anti-corruption reforms as they prepare to elect a new president. Read More
26th February 2016
Abuja—The Federal Government said yesterday that it will muster the needed political will to enforce the Freedom of Information Act and other instruments to help in the fight against corruption in the country. Read More
25th February 2016
A Jersey registered company has pleaded guilty to four counts of money laundering in a case involving a corrupt Kenyan public official who hid millions of pounds in the Island. Read More