Weekly Roundup: Bankers Want Years to Prepare for Brexit, Lula Denies Money Laundering Charges, and More

A group of senior bankers in the United Kingdom warned officials they will need several years to prepare for the legal and regulatory impact of Brexit, according to the Telegraph. More U.K. firms can be held legally responsible for benefitting from the criminal behavior of their employees, Alun Milford, general counsel of the Serious Fraud Office, told attendees at an industry conference in Germany. More Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva denied wrongdoing after prosecutors charged him with corruption and money laundering for his alleged acceptance of more than $1 million in bribes in exchange for awarding refinery...