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Trading Card Maker Topps Notifies Customers of Data Breach

According to several media outlets, Topps, whose products include sports trading cards, recently notified customers via email of a security breach. Information that may have been compromised includes bank account numbers,...more

NY Expands Jurisdictional Reach Over Foreign Banks Using Correspondent Accounts

The New York Court of Appeals recently gave a leg-up to plaintiffs seeking to hale foreign banks before New York state courts, clarifying that the use of a New York-based correspondent account could, under certain...more

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Streetwise traces Italy’s Banca Monte dei Paschi’s big-time current troubles to a meeting nearly a decade ago and the ill-fated deal reached there that’s led to the downfall of 3 (and probably 4) of the world’s biggest and...more

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Here’s an interesting take on the future of the labor market (especially for an emerging generation that is better with a screen than eye contact)—because robots and AI will be able to take over anything that’s routine,...more

European Regulation on the freezing of bank accounts – are you ready?

From 18 January 2017, claimants will be able to apply for a European Account Preservation Order (EAPO), a new, and potentially potent, weapon in their litigation armoury pursuant to the new European EAPO Regulation...more

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A new trading link dropping next week will give international investors access to more than 800 stocks listed on China’s Shenzhen stock market, the boom/bust venue best known for its “rampant speculation”....more

Tesco Bank Cyber-Robbery—Some Implications for U.S. Banks—and their Depositors

UK-based Tesco Bank froze online transactions on Monday after discovering that cyber-criminals stole money from 20,000 different customer accounts. The exact method used by the perpetrators is still under review, but...more

Does Your Insurance Cover Phishing Attacks and Business Email Compromise? The Uncertainty Continues…

The coverage landscape for “Business E-mail Compromise” (BEC) scams remains somewhat tenuous, as organizations and carriers continue to battle in court over the extent of coverage. Although recent positive,...more

US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Releases Risk Reevaluation Guidance for Foreign Correspondent Banking

The OCC issued risk management guidance to national banks, federal savings associations and federal branches and agencies regarding the periodic reevaluation of risks in connection with providing correspondent banking...more

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Federal regulators unveiled a proposal yesterday that would push the country’s biggest banks and other “critical financial companies” to shore up cybersecurity protocols, to prevent hacks, and to have a recovery plan at the...more

Like a Rolling Stone and the Failures of Internal Controls

I continue my celebration of Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate, by reflecting on what many consider to be his greatest recording, Like a Rolling Stone. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine named it as the greatest song of all time....more

DOJ Criminal Prosecution of Wells Fargo: What to Expect?

Compliance and enforcement headlines have focused on the Wells Fargo scandal. And for good reason. On September 8, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Comptroller of the Currency and the Los Angeles...more

What Will Be the Final Fallout from Wells Fargo?

Crimson flames tied through my ears... Rollin’ high and mighty traps... Pounced with fire on flaming roads... Using ideas as my maps... “We’ll meet on edges, soon,” said I... Proud ‘neath heated...more

After Circling the Wagons: Wells Fargo’s CEO Finally Falls

The Wells Fargo scandal represents a textbook case of compliance and culture failures. Recently, the scandal and Wells Fargo’s defensive crisis management strategy resulted in CEO Stumpf’s resignation. Stumpf’s demise was...more

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Like a hot new underground nightclub [I presume.  Not exactly  my scene], Marcus—Goldman Sachs’ new online lending platform aimed at the consumer banking segment—requires a password. Goldman’s reportedly sending out the...more

What Wells Fargo’s Fraud Scandal Means for Your Junk Debt Buyer Lawsuit

Earlier this week the CEO of Wells Fargo retired in the wake of its recent fraudulent account scandal. It was recently disclosed that for years Wells Fargo employees were secretly opening bank accounts, issuing credit cards,...more

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Holding companies appear to be an important new feature of the “living will” revisions the big banks have been making in an effort to appease the Fed and FDIC’s efforts to stamp out “too big to fail” entities. The idea is for...more

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In a “highly anticipated” ruling from the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, a three-judge panel has found the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unconstitutional, holding that the current organization...more

Mary Poppins, Corporate Culture and the Board

Corporate culture is singular to companies. Yet it also varies from industry to industry. I have been considering why the Wells Fargo scandal has engendered such public outrage. You could consider many factors, such as the...more

Clawbacks – Putting Fear into Executives' Hearts?

We are in October and I am looking forward to my annual exploration of classic monster movies beginning this coming Friday. This year I decided to go back to the roots by watching the 30s and 40s classic Universal monster...more

Sir Neville Marriner: Is Compliance Driven by What You Inspect?

Sir Neville Marriner died on Sunday. For any aficionado of classical music, Marriner’s contribution to the genre was immense, having founded the chamber orchestra, Academy of St. Martin’s in the Fields in 1958. The group was...more

Eleventh Circuit Doubles Down On The Importance Of Selecting An Available Arbitration Forum

The Eleventh Circuit affirmed a district court’s denial of a motion to compel arbitration on the grounds that the designated forum in the arbitration agreement was both unavailable and integral to the agreement. Appellee...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 10.4.16

The Journal gives us a closer look at Italy’s Monte dei Paschi—the world’s oldest bank (founded in 1472)—that’s deeply tied to Siena and that’s threatening to drag the whole of the region’s economy down with it if it fails,...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.30.16

NY hedge fund Och-Ziff has agreed to pay a $413 million fine as part of a deferred-prosecution agreement with US regulators over allegations that it was involved in the payment of more than $100 million in bribes to African...more

Your daily dose of financial news - The Brief – 9.29.16

OPEC has reached a tentative deal among its 14 member nations to “modestly cut” their oil output toward the end of the year in an effort to shore up sagging oil prices–an announcement that immediately sent global oil prices...more

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