Weekly Roundup: EU Nations Oppose Single AML Agency, Hong Kong Bill Carries Penalties for Banks, and More

Officials from Estonia, Hungary and Czech Republic disclosed their opposition to the EU's plans to create a bloc-wide anti-money laundering supervisor, Reuters reported. More Two U.S. senators pitched legislation that would impose sanctions on Chinese officials and government entities involved in enforcing Hong Kong's controversial new security law, and prescribe penalties against lenders that do business with blacklisted parties, Bloomberg reported. More A pair of senior Justice Department officials said the coronavirus pandemic has forced them to postpone certain in-person interviews and may delay the completion of ongoing investigations into corporate malfeasance, The Wall Street Journal reported. More Federal prosecutors...