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by Starling Insights


Sep 22, 2023

Earlier this month, Marshall Miller, Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General at the US Department of Justice (DOJ), announced the appointment of the DOJ National Security Division's first Chief Counsel for Corporate Enforcement, Ian Richardson. This appointment is part of the Department's heightened focus on punishing sanctions evasion and other corporate crimes that have national security implications.

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US Lawmakers Slam Bank Executives' Trip to Hong Kong

by Starling Insights


Nov 11, 2022

US lawmakers recently criticized bank executives for attending the Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit in Hong Kong. While Citigroup's Jane Fraser pulled out after testing positive for Covid, Goldman Sachs' David Solomon, Blackstone's Jonathan Gray, Morgan Stanley's James Gorman, and many others made the trip.

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