Weekly Roundup: Tunisia Asks to Join Swiss HSBC Prosecution, Nations Gather to Fight Islamic State Funding, and More

The Tunisian government is formally seeking to participate in Switzerland's money laundering prosecution of HSBC Holdings Plc's Swiss branch in an attempt to claw buck as much as $161 million allegedly embezzled and funnelled into accounts by former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his relatives, Bloomberg reported Thursday. More U.S. Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Adam Szubin told lawmakers Thursday that the White House will only remove sanctions against Iran in stages as part of any nuclear agreement, and will impose additional sanctions if an accord isn't reached, according to Reuters. More The United States and...