Midweek Roundup: Bangladesh Criticizes U.S. Federal Reserve for Heist, Supreme Court Hears RJR Nabisco Laundering Case, and More

Credit Suisse and Palantir Technologies, an American firm funded by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, have cofounded a project to detect potential unauthorized trading and misconduct by bank employees, Bloomberg reported. If successful, the companies plan to market the system to other banks. More The Swiss lender is separately ramping up oversight of its highest-earning relationship managers, requiring independent endorsements of large funds transfers and revising other compliance policies following the disclosure that one of its former executives may have conducted illegal trades that could end up costing the bank more than $2 billion, Bloomberg said. More U.S. financial regulators...