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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: 21 November 2017
A bill to give the UK Government powers currently derived from the EU, but which contains broad legislative powers that could see changes to the sanctions regime in future.
Submitted: 05 January 2017
2017 looks likely to be a significant year for sanctions enforcement, with new UK legislation and significant political shifts.
Submitted: 27 October 2016
Le Projet de loi Sapin II prévoit notamment de nouvelles obligations à la charge des entreprises pour lutter contre la corruption, et une aggravation des sanctions pour atteinte à la probité. Analyse des risques à anticiper pour les entreprises.
Submitted: 18 July 2016
What are the implications for financial crime and investigations arising from Brexit?
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?
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.
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.
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.
Submitted: 15 April 2015
Enforcement action against individual directors, officers and employees for corporate crime.
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.
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