Weekly Roundup: Indian Islamist Accused of Laundering After Violating COVID-19 Restrictions, EY Compliance Whistleblower Wins Damages, and More

Indian authorities accused Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, leader of Islamic group Tablighi Jamaat, of money laundering after his organization organized and collected foreign donations at a large religious gathering in Delhi in violation of orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Deccan Herald reported. More A British judge ordered EY to pay £11 million in damages to a former employee in Dubai who faced retaliation after flagging suspicious transactions involving a gold refinery, ACAMS reported. More An independent U.S. agency is working on legislation that would extend anti-money laundering requirements to investment advisors, attorneys and accountants, among other measures,...