A U.S. federal appeals court reversed a lower-court decision to publicly release an assessment by HSBC's independent monitor of the global lender's progress in improving anti-money laundering, or AML, controls in line with its 2012 deferred prosecution agreement, Reuters reported. More Wells Fargo & Co said a California court has preliminarily approved its $142 million settlement with customers who claimed their credit scores were harmed over the past 15 years by bank employees opening fake accounts in their names, Reuters reported. More The White House delayed by three months its decision on whether or not to remove some sanctions against...
U.K. prosecutors involved in U.S. investigation of Societe Generale's alleged bribery scheme in Libya, Europol chief said banks largely avoided global "ransomware" attack, and more, in the midweek roundup.
Prosecutors subpoenaed records from associates of former national security advisor Flynn, senators ask FinCEN about suspicious activity involving Russia and President Trump, and more in the midweek roundup.
U.K. government to create a global public register of British real estate owners, Guatemalan lawmakers indicted for allegedly laundering millions of dollars through hundreds of shell companies, and more, in the midweek roundup.