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Reporter at @WSJ @WSJRisk. Corruption, sanctions and money laundering. Former @StiglerCenter resident. @iape1096 member. dylan.tokar@wsj.com.

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The PCAOB, which oversees the big public auditors, has been plagued by board infighting, senior staff departures, and allegations that its new chairman has created a “sense of fear,” according to a whistleblower complaint. Great story by @davidamichaels  https://www.wsj.com/articles/audit-watchdog-plagued-by-internal-strife-whistleblower-claims-11571152206 
Documents obtained by The New York Times from an internal investigation by Deutsche Bank into its dealings in China appear to show behavior far more troubling than what was described by the SEC in its $16 million settlement with the bank in August  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/business/deutsche-bank-china.html 
RT @bykowicz: NEW: Trump donor Robert Pereira tells WSJ he believes Giuliani & Trump first met indicted donor Lev Parnas at his Fla. house…
RT @lizziejohnsonnn: Remembering the horrors of two years ago. Arriving to Coffey Park in Santa Rosa. Nothing left. The hiss of gas. The… https://t.co/3PJOPZCl0Q
AG Bill Barr's attempts to solicit assistance from foreign leaders for an inquiry into the opening of the Trump-Russia investigation is unusual, per law enforcement officials—and is creating controversy abroad  https://www.wsj.com/articles/barrs-requests-for-foreign-help-prompt-backlash-in-australia-italy-u-k-11570369938  @aviswanatha @wsj
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