Midweek Roundup: Russian Cellist Hid Putin’s Money in Swiss Banks, Britain Let Abramovich Associate Sell Mansion After Blacklisting Him, and More

Swiss prosecutors alleged in trial that Sergei Roldugin, an accomplished cellist and close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, deposited millions of dollars in Swiss banks accounts from 2014 to 2016 with little to no scrutiny, Reuters reported. More British authorities allowed Eugene Tenenbaum, an associate of Roman Abramovich, to sell his £16 million mansion in May 2022, a month after they blacklisted him, the Guardian reported. More Lawmakers in six U.S. states are considering measures that would ban or limit credit card companies from tracking sales of guns and ammunition, Reuters reported. More A Maltese court approved a bank's...