The company, Arthur J. Gallagher, said prosecutors are seeking information related to its insurance business in Ecuador.
Sports betting, marijuana ballot measures could add pressure on compliance pros, and Tyson Foods CFO arrest adds to governance challenges for the company's board. Also, German authorities search UBS offices in Russian oligarch probe.
The criminal investigation division at the tax-collection agency opened the probes as part of its work with Task Force KleptoCapture and continues to develop new leads, said the unit’s deputy chief.
French bank Société Générale SA promoted a veteran to be its new group chief risk officer, as the bank continues to navigate geopolitical uncertainties in Europe and a possible economic slowdown.
Leidos received dual subpoenas in recent months in connection with criminal investigations into potential foreign bribery and antitrust violations.
European Union officials have proposed a far-reaching ban on the sale of goods made with forced labor, a move that follows tough U.S. action that could spur companies of all sizes to increase scrutiny of their supply chains.
Crypto firms and advocacy groups likely face long odds to win their lawsuits aiming to remove crypto mixer Tornado Cash from the Treasury’s sanctions list, where it landed due to money-laundering allegations.