Sanctions

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  • Brexit: the implications for financial crime and investigations

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    Submitted: 18 July 2016

    What are the implications for financial crime and investigations arising from Brexit?

  • HM Treasury sanctions enforcement powers to increase

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    Last Reviewed: 15 March 2016 / Submitted: 25 February 2016

    UK Government proposes new power for HM Treasury to impose civil fines for financial sanctions breaches, and increases to maximum prison sentences from two to seven years.

  • Corporate crime - what's coming next?

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    Submitted: 01 May 2015

    We summarise the changes to look out for in corporate crime enforcement, including a sweeping new corporate offence and the increasing globalisation of anti-corruption enforcement.

  • A sweeping new criminal law for companies?

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    Last Reviewed: 03 July 2015 / Submitted: 15 April 2015

    2015 may see an extension of the corporate offence under the Bribery Act to make companies liable for “failing to prevent” any economic crime.

  • Individual liability

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    Submitted: 15 April 2015

    Enforcement action against individual directors, officers and employees for corporate crime.

  • Exemption from civil liability for SARs made under POCA

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    Submitted: 05 March 2015

    The Serious Crime Act 2015 introduces a change in the Proceeds of Crime Act regime which, when implemented, will shield financial institutions making Suspicious Activity Reports from civil liability.

  • Corporate criminal liability in Germany?

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    Submitted: 18 December 2014

    The debate over whether the criminal law should apply to the actions of companies has ratcheted up, following publication of a draft Corporate Penal Code.

  • Deferred Prosecution Agreements – the UK Model Restricted access

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    Last Reviewed: 07 April 2016 / Submitted: 10 July 2014

    DPAs are available to UK prosecutors as a means of settling criminal charges against companies, but what will this mean for companies that discover wrongdoing?

  • EU Russian and Ukrainian sanctions regime Restricted access

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    Submitted: 19 May 2014

    The fast moving situation in Ukraine means that many international companies will have to consider the impact of sanctions and ensure that they comply.

  • Cutting off the Courts? - Contract sanctions Restricted access

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    Submitted: 01 May 2014

    The UK government is considering adding to its sanctions toolkit to bar access to its courts to those contracting with people and companies subject to sanctions.

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