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A round up of the key developments in corporate crime, fraud and investigations that you should be looking out for in 2017.
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Submitted: 15 December 2017
The government has set out six prioities for action to tackle corruption in the UK and abroad over the next five years.
Submitted: 28 November 2017
Tout organisme privé d‘au moins cinquante salariés et certains organismes publics doivent mettre en place un dispositif d’alerte professionnelle d’ici le 1er janvier 2018 conformément à la loi n° 2016-1691 du 9 décembre 2016 (loi « Sapin II ») et au Décret n°2017-564 du 19 avril 2017. Très simple dans son principe, ce dispositif doit cependant répondre à de nombreuses exigences.
All private organizations with at least fifty employees and some public organizations must set up a professional whistleblowing system by 01 January 2018 in accordance with Law no2016-1691 dated 09 December 2016 (Sapin II Law) and Decree No. 2017-564 dated 19 April 2017. The necessary system is very simple in its principles, but there are numerous requirements.
Submitted: 29 September 2017
A round up of regulatory enforcement developments for the first half of 2017.
Submitted: 21 August 2017
Muneer Khan and Samir Safar-Aly consider the UAE’s Federal anti-bribery and corruption laws, the organisations that enforce them and insights into developments in the US and UK.
Submitted: 02 August 2017
La Délibération n° 2017-191 du 22 juin 2017 portant modification de la Délibération n° 2005-305 du 08 décembre 2005 portant autorisation unique de traitements automatisés de données à caractère personnel mis en œuvre dans le cadre de dispositifs d'alerte professionnelle (AU-004) a été publiée le 25 juillet 2017.
Last Reviewed: 29 July 2017 / Submitted: 03 January 2011
This resource brings together articles, podcasts and seminar materials that provide guidance for those wanting to know what this legislation means for their business.
Last Reviewed: 10 July 2017 / Submitted: 02 February 2015
The UK Government is considering enhancing protection for whistleblowers via new legislation and non-statutory guidance.
The FCA and PRA have issued a consultation paper proposing new requirements for certain larger financial institutions, while the new senior managers’ regime also impacts firms’ whistleblowing arrangements.
The US Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Programme has led to calls for financial incentives to be offered to whistleblowers in the UK and elsewhere.
Simmons & Simmons partner Stephen Moses speaks to Alix Boberg about whether and when to self report misconduct to the UK enforcement agencies.
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London 20 February 2018
Amsterdam 6 March 2018
London 7 March 2018
London 8 March 2018
Munich 26 April 2018
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Materials from our recent series of webinars on business protection on managing the risks to key business assets posed by the movement of people into and out of an organisation.
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