Weekly Roundup: EC Approves Terror Finance Data Sharing , DOJ Unveils Mortgage Fraud Prosecutions, And More

U.S. and European relations figured prominently in the news this week. On Thursday, Swiss parliamentarians approved an agreement that allows the U.S. access to data on nearly 4000 UBS AG account holders. On Tuesday, the European Commission adopted a draft agreement to exchange information with the U.S. on terrorism cases. More The agreement, known as the Terrorist Finance Tracking Programme, enables law enforcement officials in the U.S. and Europe to share intelligence in terrorist financing investigations. It also allows people under investigation "to seek judicial redress in the United States from any adverse administrative action." More The U.S. Justice Department...