Weekly Roundup: White House Lifts Sanctions Against Houthis, Mexican Official Fired for HSBC Money Laundering Scandal, and More

The U.S. State Department formally reversed a decision by the administration of former President Donald Trump to designate Ansarallah, an Iran-linked, Yemeni militia also known as the Houthis, as a terrorist group in the days before he left office. More A Mexican tax official lost his job after news outlets reported that he served as a senior compliance executive at HSBC's affiliate in Mexico more than a decade ago, when employees of the bank were helping drug traffickers launder hundreds of millions of dollars, Insight Crime reported. More U.S. compliance officers told ACAMS in a survey that they are eagerly...