Lexology PRO | USA | 18 Nov 2022
Matthew Connolly, whose Libor conviction was overturned in January, says Deutsche Bank made him the “fall guy” and is asking for more than $150 million in damages.
Lexology PRO | USA | 28 Sep 2022
The SEC has announced a “first-of-its-kind group resolution” against 11 financial institutions for breaching rules governing the use of personal devices at work.
Lexology PRO | Brazil, Central & South America, European Union, etc. | 27 Jul 2022
A data leak could link Uber to corrupt lobbying, a US crypto platform manager is charged with insider trading, and UK financial regulators propose enhanced enforcement powers – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Switzerland, etc. | 6 Jul 2022
A long-standing class action against Deutsche Bank and NatWest over allegations of a conspiracy to fix Swiss franc Libor is set to conclude, as a New York federal court approves a settlement in a class action lawsuit revolving around LIBOR manipulation scandals.
Lexology PRO | Brazil, European Union, Germany, etc. | 30 Jun 2022
Greenwashing internal investigations can help financial institutions to avoid hefty fines and unfavourable headlines whilst fostering cooperative relationships with regulators.
Lexology PRO | Germany, USA | 11 Mar 2022
The US Justice Department has extended the period of a corporate monitor at Deutsche Bank following claims that the German lender’s asset management subsidiary lied about its ethical credentials.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Dec 2021
An Australian judge has delayed the start of a cartel trial to give Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and several of their executives the chance to permanently dismiss allegations that they colluded to distribute bank shares.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Nov 2021
An Australian judge has again ordered the country’s public prosecutor to fix a defective indictment charging Deutsche Bank, Citigroup and several of their employees of colluding to distribute shares after a capital raising fell short.
DLA Piper | United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2021
The issue of, if and when commission fees become due and payable, particularly following termination of a contractual retainer, has long been a…
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 2 Nov 2021
Australia's prosecutions office has dropped its criminal indictment against the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group for allegedly colluding with two rival banks to offload roughly €512.9 million worth of ANZ shares.