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Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $120m in order to settle charges of having violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The Securities and Exchange Commission to award five whistleblowers $3m in total for information provided in three different enforcement actions.
The US's top financial markets watchdog has issued a new policy statement outlining how European traders can become authorised to operate stateside.
A top financial markets watchdog has voted to adopt amendments that will modernise, simplify and enhance certain financial disclosure requirements in Regulation S-K.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published a notice of a substituted compliance application by Germany’s top financial regulator.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has voted to amend its definition of accredited investors, meaning more people will soon be eligible to enter the private capital market.
Telegram's battle with the American authorities has ended with the social media app agreeing to pay back all the proceeds made from its cryptocurrency project and to pay a hefty fine.
A penny stock trader is facing fraud allegations that could see him slammed by permanent injunctions, civil money penalties, a penny stock bar, and disgorgement with prejudgment interest.
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