Weekly Roundup: FIFA Official Extradited, UniCredit to Settle Tax Investigation in Germany, and More

The first of seven current and former Federation Internationale de Football Association officials detained by Swiss authorities since May on suspicion of money laundering and corruption has been extradited to the United States to face related criminal charges, according to Reuters. The news agency previously reported that Cayman Islands citizen Jeffrey Webb had decided not to challenge his extradition. More UniCredit's German affiliate, HypoVereinsbank, is set to pay millions of euros to German authorities to settle two different tax probes, Reuters reported Tuesday. HypoVereinsbank is accused of helping wealthy customers evade taxes through a practice known as dividend stripping and...