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Lexology PRO | USA | 18 Nov 2022

Acquitted former Deutsche trader sues bank

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.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 28 Sep 2022

US regulators issue $1.8 billion in fines over personal messaging usage

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.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil, Central & South America, European Union, etc. | 27 Jul 2022

Anti-corruption and AML: key compliance updates (7 – 27 Jul)

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.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Switzerland, etc. | 6 Jul 2022

Swiss Libor manipulation suit settles

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.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil, European Union, Germany, etc. | 30 Jun 2022

Greenwashing financial products: how to mitigate risk with internal investigations

Greenwashing internal investigations can help financial institutions to avoid hefty fines and unfavourable headlines whilst fostering cooperative relationships with regulators.
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Lexology PRO | Germany, USA | 11 Mar 2022

ESG misreporting allegations see Deutsche Bank monitor extended

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.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Dec 2021

Banks seek to spike landmark Australian cartel case before trial

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.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 3 Nov 2021

Australian judge slams prosecutor in landmark cartel case, orders new indictment

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.
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DLA Piper | United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2021

Payment of Commission Fees: Who bears the risk?

The issue of, if and when commission fees become due and payable, particularly following termination of a contractual retainer, has long been a…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 2 Nov 2021

Australia drops charges against ANZ in landmark cartel case

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.
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