Wirtschaftsstrafrecht

Aktuelles

1 bis 10 von 693
  • Singapore regulatory enforcement newsflash

    Artikel

    Veröffentlicht: 25 May 2016

    MAS to close Swiss bank subsidiary for money laundering breaches and fine of S$13.3 million

  • Dawn Raids: Knock at the door - are you ready? Eingeschränkter Zugriff

    Seminar

    Zuletzt geprüft: 20 May 2016 / Veröffentlicht: 20 May 2016

    This seminar provides practical tips for responding to dawn raids and important information that could make a material difference in the outcome of a raid and any subsequent investigation.

  • The growing threat of trade-based money laundering for banks in Asia

    Seminar

    Zuletzt geprüft: 19 May 2016 / Veröffentlicht: 19 May 2016

    This seminar examines some of the challenges that banks face from trade-based money laundering and explores solutions for mitigating these risks.

  • Whistleblowing - the international perspective

    Artikel

    Veröffentlicht: 18 May 2016

    Headline summaries of whistleblowing laws across a range of jurisdictions.

  • Whistleblowing hotlines: potential obstacles

    Artikel

    Veröffentlicht: 16 May 2016

    Many employers are considering whether to introduce whistleblowing hotlines. Even if there is no legal requirement to so so, many are assessing the potential benefits of encouraging individuals to raise complaints internally given the impact of the alternatives (particularly for those companies covered by the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the bounty possibilities under the Dodd-Frank Act for reporting financial irregularities).

  • Update on 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit

    Artikel

    Veröffentlicht: 13 May 2016

    ​On 12 May 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron hosted a much publicised international Anti-Corruption Summit in London, billed as “the start of a more co-ordinated, ambitious global effort to defeat corruption”.

  • A revival of the offence of failure to prevent economic crime?

    Artikel

    Veröffentlicht: 13 May 2016

    The UK government has announced its intention to consult on extending the corporate criminal offence of “failure to prevent”, currently encapsulated in section 7 of the Bribery Act, to cover other economic crimes such as fraud, money laundering and false accounting.

  • Singapore regulatory enforcement update: Q1 2016

    Artikel

    Zuletzt geprüft: 13 May 2016 / Veröffentlicht: 13 May 2016

    A round up on regulatory enforcement developments in Singapore for the first quarter of 2016.

  • Hong Kong regulatory enforcement update: Q1 2016

    Artikel

    Zuletzt geprüft: 11 May 2016 / Veröffentlicht: 11 May 2016

    A round up on regulatory enforcement developments for the first quarter of 2016.

  • Internal investigations: A practical guide to conducting an investigation and dealing with the HR implications

    Seminar

    Veröffentlicht: 01 May 2016

    A discussion of the challenges faced by businesses conducting international investigations, including issues to consider at the outset, the dynamics of asserting or waiving privilege, practical tips for handling the investigation process, and dealing with employees.

1 bis 10 von 693