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Next Hurdle in Treasury’s Corporate Transparency Push? Verification

The U.S. Treasury Department last month kicked off the process of establishing a long-awaited corporate ownership registry. The agency is already facing sharply diverging views on how it should work. Top of mind for financial institutions and other stakeholders is how ownership information that is submitted to the Treasury’s Financial… Read More

FCA opens investigation into collapse of Greensill Capital

The City watchdog has opened the door to a criminal prosecution of Greensill Capital and confirmed that it is investigating the failed lender. Nikhil Rathi, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, said that the regulator was “investigating matters relating to Greensill Capital”. His comments came in a letter to… Read More

JPMorgan Must Turn Over U.S. Compliance Records in Nigerian Oil License Case: UK Court

The UK High Court has ordered JPMorgan Chase to turn over compliance documents ahead of a trial in which the bank stands accused of enabling the misappropriation of $875 million from the government of Nigeria, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday. The decision stems from an… Read More