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  • US regulator imposes fine on Facebook more than double the GDPR maximum

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 18 July 2019

    Following a settlement last week the US Federal Trade Commission has imposed a fine of $5bn on Facebook in relation to its privacy law violations in connection with the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The sheer scale of the fine, more than twice the maximum level possible under GDPR, and the market reaction to it raise a number of interesting questions.

  • The new Economic Crime Plan

    Artículo

    Enviado: 15 July 2019

    The UK Government has published its 3 year plan for fighting economic crime with an ambitious list of work to be done.

  • Deferred Prosecution Agreement tracker

    Artículo

    Última revisión: 15 July 2019 / Enviado: 19 October 2017

    We list key details of recently approved, reported to be pending approval, and rejected Deferred Prosecution Agreements in the UK.

  • FOI requests continue to expose cyber weaknesses in the financial services sector

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 11 July 2019

    The FCA has confirmed that in November 2018 four UK banks were targeted by hackers, further highlighting cyber weaknesses in financial services.

  • Ramming home the point, the ICO intends to fine Marriott almost £100m

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 09 July 2019

    Following on from its announcement of the largest ever GDPR fine yesterday – £183m against British Airways - the ICO has gone again, announcing the second largest ever GDPR fine – this time a fine of almost £100m against Marriott.

  • British Airways - the ICO shows its teeth

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 09 July 2019

    This morning the Information Commissioner’s Office announced that it intended to impose a fine of £183.39m on British Airways in respect of the well-publicised data breach, in which, beginning in June 2018, the data of 500,000 customers was compromised.

  • FOI request sheds light on stark increase in reported cyber incidents

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 03 July 2019

    A recent Freedom of Information Act request submitted to the Financial Conduct Authority highlights a near 12-fold increase in cyber incidents between 2017 and 2018.

  • Suspicious Activity Reports: Law Commission publishes report

    Artículo

    Enviado: 19 June 2019

    Following its consultation launched in July 2018, the Law Commission has published a report on the UK SARs regime.

  • Tax crime enforcement & risks - trends and topics

    Conferencia

    Enviado: 23 May 2019

    Due to international law initiatives, tax evasion and aggressive tax structures have become relevant factors for the risk management of financial institutions. This presentation will focus on the latest developments in this field and on risks that banks could be exposed to when it comes to tax fraud (or other fiscal wrong doings) committed by their clients. Topics will primarily be approached from a (fiscal) criminal law angle.

  • Facilitation of tax evasion: the reality of prevention procedures

    Artículo

    Enviado: 07 May 2019

    Matthew Norris’ article for Tax Journal reviewing the impact of the corporate criminal offence of failing to prevent facilitation of tax evasion.

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