Midweek Roundup: US Seizes Russian Oligarch’s Yacht, NatWest CEO Breached Data Privacy Rules, and More

The U.S. Justice Department launched a civil forfeiture complaint in New York to take ownership of the $300 million superyacht Amadea, claiming the vessel belongs to blacklisted Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov, The Wall Street Journal reported. More and More The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office ruled that Alison Rose, former chief executive of NatWest, breached data privacy rules when she told the BBC that Coutts, a private lender owned by NatWest, closed the accounts of former EU lawmaker and Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage for purely commercial reasons, the Financial Times reported. More Emirati officials are lobbying influential members of the Financial...