Midweek Roundup: Canada Leans on AML to Curb Trucker Convoy, Credit Suisse Ignored Internal Warnings, and More

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used emergency powers to require banks as well as digital crowdfunding platforms, payment processors and other firms that handle cryptocurrencies to report and potentially freeze transfers to truckers engaged in what the government deems illegal protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates, CoinDesk reported. More Credit Suisse continued processing transactions for a Bulgarian drug trafficker despite several  warnings from the Swiss lender's compliance department, Euronews reported. More Former Goldman Sachs manager Tim Leissner, who copped four years ago to paying bribes as well as embezzling and laundering funds to secure deals with Malaysian state fund 1MDB, testified...