Three Turkish state banks will stop using the Mir system in response to guidance issued by OFAC earlier this month. Two others stopped last week.
Oracle subsidiaries in Turkey, the UAE, and India used slush funds to bribe foreign officials in return for business between 2016 and 2019.
The EU package includes an oil price cap and a complete ban on providing crypto services to Russians. UK targets include Gazprombank, Sberbank and Sovcombank board members.
The 16 firms agreed to pay a combined $1.82bn for failing to preserve staff communications on personal mobile devices, messaging apps and emails.
Crypto firm bZeroX transferred its software protocol to a DAO and then marketed this as a way to be "enforcement-proof".
Shareholders said Deutsche Bank made false statements about its KYC and AML processes and caused losses to investors when its client list was made public.
JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup would exit China if so ordered by the US government in response to an attack on Taiwan.
New York City Comptroller is calling for BlackRock to better align its investment activities with its climate commitments.
A moving and storage company hired by Morgan Stanley's wealth management division sold thousands of devices containing customer information to a third party.
Accounting guidance issued in March has reportedly forced US listed banks that were building out crypto offerings to suspend their plans.
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