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Misleading Disclosure About Governmental Investigations
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently charged government contractor RPM International Inc. and its general counsel and compliance officer Moore for failing to disclose a material loss contingency...
United States
20 Oct 2016
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Companies Active In UK Must Report On Steps Taken Against Modern Slavery Worldwide
A new reporting duty was recently added to the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015: companies must ensure that employees are not being exploited, that working conditions are safe...
UK
15 Jan 2016
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UK Steps Up Fight Against International Corruption Affecting Developing Countries
The UK has stepped up the fight against international corruption affecting developing countries by launching the International Corruption Unit.
UK
15 Sep 2015
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Settlements In Brief: Notable Settlements In July And August
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly. In light of these developments, companies are advised to take appropriate measures.
United States
15 Sep 2015
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Banking Supervisor Updates Guidance On Money Laundering And Terrorist Financing Laws
The Dutch Central Bank recently published its updated guidance on sanction laws and legislation against money laundering and terrorism financing.
Netherlands
12 May 2015
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Discussion Closed: No Lawyer Allowed During Police Interrogations, Unless…
The Dutch Supreme Court ruled that it will not revise its current position on the right of a suspect to a lawyer during police questioning.
Netherlands
19 May 2014
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Deferred Prosecution Agreements Now Available To UK Public Prosecutors
The Serious Fraud Office has published a code of practice on the use of deferred prosecution agreements.
Netherlands
14 Mar 2014
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Regulatory & Criminal Enforcement Newsletter - February 2013
Two acts dealing with the position of examining judges in criminal proceedings and revising rules concerning case files came into force on 1 January 2013.
Netherlands
3 Apr 2013
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New Legislation
Amendments to the Dutch Act on money laundering and prevention of terrorist financing and to its counterpart for the BES countries also took effect on 1 January 2013.
Netherlands
6 Mar 2013
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US And UK settlements
A summary of the corporate settlements reached by the Department of Justice amounting to a total of USD 9 billion, which was more than USD 3 billion higher than the previous high set in 2006.
Worldwide
15 Feb 2013
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Standard Chartered Bank Reaches Settlement With New York Regulator
Standard Chartered Bank ("SCB") has agreed to a USD 340 million settlement with the New York State Department of Financial Services ("DFS").
United States
9 Nov 2012
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ING Reaches Settlement With US Authorities
ING Bank has reached a USD 619 million settlement with the US Treasury Department to avoid potential prosecution for allegedly facilitating billions of dollars' worth of payments to Cuban and Iranian customers.
Netherlands
25 Jul 2012
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Minister Proposes Legislation To Facilitate Fight Against Financial And Economic Crime
On 15 May 2012, the Minister of Security and Justice has published a draft bill for advice that would extend existing measures to combat financial and economic crime.
Netherlands
25 Jul 2012
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Bill Amending Acts To Prevent Money Laundering And Financing Of Terrorism
On 19 April 2012 a bill amending the Acts to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorism was submitted to the Second Chamber of parliament.
Netherlands
25 Jul 2012
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Revised International Standards On Combating Money Laundering And Financing Of Terrorism
The Financial Action Task Force on money laundering ("FATF") adopted revisions to the international standards on combating money laundering and financing of terrorism.
Netherlands
4 May 2012
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