Texas Real Estate Executives Guilty Of Proving Kyle Bass Right
And, also, relatedly and with the prospect of decades in prison attach, conspiracy and fraud.
Justice Dept. Extracts New Promise From Bank Not To Break The Law As Punishment For Failure To Live Up To Old Promise Not To Break The Law
Violate your DPA, pay a $35 million fine, etc. etc.
Ungrateful Justice Department Takes Aim At Vigilante Short Sellers
Merrick Garland’s go-getters go after their helpers.
Deutsche Bank May Have Managed To Break Its Deal With The Justice Department Literally Before The Ink Was Dry
If any bank could do it, the Germans are it.
The Idea Of Broken Compliance Culture Has Failed To Penetrate The Corporate Defense Bar
Surely the Justice Department can’t be serious about holding companies to account for all of the hundreds of illegal things they’ve done?
Merrick Garland Is Looking To Nail Some Corporate A**es To The Wall
The Justice Department is going holistic on wrongdoers.
Credit Suisse Spied On Lots Of Employees, Just Not The Ones Doing All The Bribing, Money Laundering, Etc.
And there sure were lots of bribes flowing in Mozambique.
Merrick Garland Gets Busy
The Justice Department has a new squad of crypto-cops, a new taste for white-collar criminal enforcement, a new demand for cyber-ransom notifications. And if you happen to know where all of Tether’s money is, it would appreciate a call on that, as well.
Lying To, Overcharging Customers Sure Seems Like Wells Fargo’s Primary Strategy
Whether you’re a simple homeowner or a sophisticated investment banking client, it’s just the way Wells does business.
American Probe Into German Company Elicits German Probe Into German Company
Which is, in fairness, generally how it works at BaFin.
If You Were Wondering: Yes, Allianz’s CEO Has Had Better Weeks
We mean, you weren’t, and you don’t care, but all the same.
Allianz Still Struggling With Terrible COVID Side Effects
Specifically, a Justice Department probe to go along with the SEC investigation and shareholder lawsuits.
Stablecoins May Not Be Stable, But They Might Be Criminal
Just like all other cryptocurrencies.
Deputizing Banks As Sheriffs Too Cute By Half, Apparently
Federal judges are proving distinctly unimpressed by cases buoyed by the Yates memo.
If You Are Go ing To (Allegedly) Illegally Work In Concert With Rivals To Avoid A Massive Hit On A Collapsing Family Office, At Least Make Sure You Avoid The Massive Hit
There’s nothing worse than getting hit with an antitrust fine on top of a multi-billion dollar loss.
Another Timely Dealbreaker Warning Not To Confess To Securities Fraud In Public
“Insider trading is part of my investment strategy” is a funny joke only if it’s not. Otherwise, it’s an admission of guilt.
Julius Baer Turns Frequent Bribery Beneficiary FIFA Into Bribery Victim
Corruption really is a beautiful game, no?
What Credit Suisse Lacks In Money Lost On Archegos It Makes Up For In Ominous Requests For Information
The Justice Department and Prudential Regulation Authority have some questions.
Allegedly Fake Companies Allegedly Bought Some Very Real, Very Fast Rides
Mustafa Qadiri (allegedly) knows what we’re talking about.
MBA Purveyor Could Have Used A Law Degree When Allegedly Deciding To Lie To B-School Rankers
U.S. News may not be a federal agency, but fibbing to them may still be fraud.
Second Trial Avoided Rather Less Auspicious For Private Equity Firm Than The First
It doesn’t sound like Merrick Garland is looking as kindly on the GPB boys as Bill Barr.
Maybe It Wasn’t Such A Great Idea To Fire A Guy Who Knew About The Ponzi Payments You Were (Allegedly) Making
Because in addition to “unemployed,” he can also now call himself “whistleblower.”