Weekly Roundup: Wirecard Chief Resigns After $2 Billion Goes Missing, Head of Swiss FIU Leaves Post, and More

The chief executive of Wirecard resigned amid claims that auditors could not trace €1.9 billion that the German payment processor allegedly held in escrow accounts at two Asian lenders, the Financial Times reported. More Daniel Thelesklaf, the head of Switzerland's financial intelligence unit, left his post after less than a year amid reports of a dispute with the country's top police official, FI News reported, citing Tages Anzeiger. More Sweden's financial regulator fined JAK Medlemsbank roughly $170,000 for various breaches of anti-money laundering rules. More Belgian prosecutors charged the founder of Cirque du Soleil, the domestic branch of Dutch lender...