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Reporter, Corruption Currents — Wall Street Journal

WSJ reporter; opinions are my own. Also tweeting at @WSJRisk. Stories here on.wsj.com/16ULSy5. Shalom to all my fans; salute to all my haters.

Corruption Currents: U.S. Sanctions Architect Says Iran Program Could Backfire

blogs.wsj.com — A daily roundup of corruption news from across the Web. We also provide a daily roundup of important risk & compliance stories via our daily newsletter, The Morning Risk Report, which readers can sign up for here . Follow us on Twitter at @WSJRisk.

U.S. Treasury Targets Colombian Maritime Cocaine Traffickers

blogs.wsj.com — The U.S. Department of Treasury said Friday it placed Kingpin Act sanctions on a Colombian drug trafficking network that specializes in transporting cocaine shipments via "go-fast boats."

U.S. Authorizes Free Communications, Software Exports to Crimea

Corruption Currents: Money Continues Flowing to Somalia

Florida Bank Scores Cuba Government Account

blogs.wsj.com — Stonegate Bank, a small bank with locations across south Florida, has agreed to open an account for the Cuban government, its chief executive said.

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Jury Selection to Begin Monday in Former Goldman Programmer Case

wsj.com — A New York judge rejected a request by prosecutors to delay the trial of a former Goldman Sachs programmer who has been charged with the alleged theft of the investment bank's secret computer code. Prosecutors, in a hearing, cited witness availability and a...

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Commerzbank to settle US allegations

Commerzbank to Settle U.S. Allegations of Sanctions and Money-Laundering Violations

wsj.com — German lender Commerzbank AG will pay $1.71 billion to settle U.S. allegations of sanctions and money-laundering violations, the Federal Reserve said Thursday. The Fed said it would collect a $200 million penalty and issue a cease-and-desist order on Commerzbank, requiring it to implement a program to ensure global compliance with U.S.
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May 22, 2015

RT @HuffingtonPost: JUST IN: Senate passes “fast-track” legislation, clearing way for Obama’s trade deal. Measure heads to House

May 22, 2015

#CC: One of the architects of the US sanctions program on Iran says it could eventually backfire blogs.wsj.com/riskandcomplia…

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