Midweek Roundup: Germany Arrests ‘Spy’ Employed by Swiss Lender, US National Bank Regulator Steps Down, and More

German authorities arrested a UBS bank security employee believed to also work as a Swiss spy who has been under investigation in Germany and Switzerland for his role in the unauthorized acquisition by German investigators of Swiss banking data pertaining to German taxpayers, SwissInfo reported. More U.S. Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry will step down from the role next month, according to the Washington Post. More Wall Street attorney Jay Clayton won Senate approval to become the new chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Washington Post reported. More U.S. President Donald Trump sent a letter to...