Midweek Roundup: Credit Suisse Accuses Employee of Forging Records, Crown Resorts Staff Helped Clients Evade AML Program, and More

Credit Suisse reported a former employee to Swiss police after he allegedly falsified documents associated with an $11 million transaction for several African clients, the Financial Times reported. More Crown Resorts employees routinely concealed multiple, large cash deposits by their patrons as single transactions to avoid triggering the casino's anti-money laundering monitoring systems, the Sydney Morning Herald reported, citing a government inquiry. More The U.S. Treasury Department imposed visa bans and asset freezes on two members of the International Criminal Court. More An ex-compliance officer for U.K. gaming firm Casino 36 successfully sued her former employer for retaliating against her...