Midweek Roundup: OCC Embraces Remote Examinations, FATF Chief Decries Lack of AML Enforcement, and More

Examiners with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency are performing 95 percent of their work remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic, a senior OCC official told Law360. More Financial Action Task Force Executive Secretary David Lewis told the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that not a single government is enforcing anti-money laundering laws effectively. More The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has stopped processing paper-based evidence to reduce the spread of COVID-19, delaying some of Britain's largest bribery and fraud investigations, the Financial Times reported. More Australia's financial intelligence unit may have launched an investigation into PayPal for failing to...