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Firms will be held to account if they fail to minimise financial crime risks appropriately and for this reason the FCA has required Barclays to disgorge its revenue from the transaction.
75 million civil penalty, and Greene agreed to pay a $120,000 penalty and disgorge ill-gotten gains of $400,000 plus prejudgment interest.
Sebi orders 10 entities linked to Raju to disgorge more than ` 1,800 crore worth of illegal gains made by them
It also prohibits them from making any other misleading or unsubstantiated health claims about a product or service, and requires them to disgorge $3,930.
The noise in the market starts in the early hours of the morning when fishermen arrive at the docks and disgorge their catch.
Canada should therefore be required to disgorge the benefits it has received as a result of its misconduct.
14 million dollars for 2016 while Sain and Christopher Williams together introduced just 260,000 dollars and since Sain has already been paid $170,000 in finder's fees, he would have to disgorge 157,000 dollars, which he had taken without authority.
The suit makes several requests of the court, including that it: find and declare that the defendants breached their fiduciary duties; find the defendants are personally liable to restore losses to the plan that resulted from such fiduciary breaches; order the defendants to disgorge all revenues received from the plan; award actual monetary losses to the plan; impose a constructive trust so that any monies by which defendants were enriched as a result of their fiduciary breaches are returned to the plan; remove fiduciaries that have breached their duties and prevent them from committing future breaches; and award plaintiffs and the class their attorneys' fees and costs.
The storm's slow forward movement means that its rain clouds should have more time to disgorge themselves on any cities in their path.
Although Darrell and Irene Lainhart agreed to disgorge all their shares of CTIC, the shareholders' meeting did not turn out to be a Lainhart-free zone.
The subsidiaries, Scott Lines and Brian Lines, a former LOM executive, agreed to disgorge profits of $1,277,403 plus accrued interest of $654,918.
Wales has never ceased to be a country since times immemorial and it must take back that right and disgorge the term principality down into the gutter from whence it came.