Weekly Roundup: Barclays Flagged Suspicious UK Campaign Contribution, Mexican Court Favors AML Over Privacy, and More

Barclays staff alerted U.K. officials last year to an allegedly illegal donation of $630,225 to Britain's Conservative Party in 2018 from an overseas account controlled by former Russian politician Sergei Kopytov, The New York Times reported.  More Mexico's Supreme Court ruled that anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing concerns outweigh expectations of privacy, clearing a path for Mexican authorities to obtain information on banking clients without a warrant, Reuters reported. More Human rights advocates accused Turkey of using asset freezes to silence and oppress political opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. More A bipartisan group of U.K. lawmakers demanded in an...