Weekly Roundup: Swift Considers Limits to Portal Access, U.K. Chancellor to Testify on Panama Papers, and More

FIFA attorneys said evidence obtained during an internal inquiry shows that the organization's former president Sepp Blatter, former secretary general Jerome Valcke and former finance director Markus Kattner improperly awarded themselves roughly $80 million in salary raises and bonuses over their last five years in office, according to the Associated Press. The evidence will be turned over to Swiss and U.S. prosecutors, attorneys said. More The chief executive of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, or Swift, said the Brussels-based consortium is considering plans to block institutions with weak cybersecurity programs from using its messaging platform after hackers successfully...