Midweek Roundup: AML Probe of Deutsche Bank Heats Up, Barclays Freezes Accounts for Russian News Service, and More

New York regulators have asked Deutsche Bank to provide more information on a suspected bribe offered to a bank employee in Moscow as part of probe into potential violations of anti-money laundering (AML) rules, according to the Financial Times. More The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority has also launched an AML investigation of the matter, the newspaper said. More The U.N. Security Council is preparing a draft resolution to comply with the terms of an international nuclear accord reached Tuesday by Iran and six other nations, Voice of America reported. Member-states could vote on a resolution to amend Iranian sanctions as...