As the trial of executives of the once-lauded payments company continues, we consider the implications of Germany’s biggest post-war financial fraud.
The SEC’s aggressive rulemaking agenda is piling more pressure than ever on already resource-constrained compliance officers.
Financial regulators in the UK are concerned about providers of critical support services getting too big to fail. Is this a justified fear, or simply an excuse to exert greater control over the tech giants?
After the latest crypto market rout, there is plenty of appetite for tougher oversight of the industry. But is it a securities or a commodities issue and which regulatory authority will win the battle for control?
The US Department of Justice is living up to its promise to take a tougher stance on corporate crime. This places greater focus on the work of compliance officers, as they and their teams face closer scrutiny.