Weekly Roundup: EU Builds on North Korea Sanctions, FDIC Dings California Bank for AML Violations, and More

The European Union expanded sanctions against North Korea prohibiting the sale, purchase or transportation of gold and precious metals as well as the sale and exportation of newly printed or unissued banknotes. More On Wednesday, the EU separately suspended asset freezes and travel ban restrictions for 89 Zimbabwe entities through 2014. More The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. entered into a consent order Friday with Los Angeles-based Pan American Bank for Bank Secrecy Act deficiencies. The agency ordered the bank to risk-rank all of its deposit accounts and review high-risk accounts to ensure ongoing monitoring and proper documentation. More The U.S....