Midweek Roundup: Deutsche Bank Told to Quit Russia, Laundering Lawsuit Against Trump Associate Advances, and More

Independent monitors tasked by New York regulators with supervising Deutsche Bank's compliance controls advised the German lender to terminate its operations in Russia rather than proceed with a plan by senior executives to expand them, The Wall Street Journal reported. More A U.S. judge said Kazakhstani plaintiffs can proceed with their lawsuit accusing Felix Sater, a former member of organized crime, confidential informant and adviser to President Donald Trump, of laundering millions of dollars stolen from Kazakhstan's largest lender, BTA Bank, through Trump-branded properties, but must show more evidence, Law & Crime reported. More A U.K. court authorized prosecutors to...