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  • Bribery and Corruption risks in the Healthcare & Life Sciences sector

    Seminario web

    Enviado: 17 January 2019

    View our webinar on the potentially damaging nature of bribery and corruption within the Healthcare & Life Sciences sector.

  • The ICO 1-0 Cambridge Analytica

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 10 January 2019

    In an important first step the ICO has successfully prosecuted Cambridge Analytica for failing to respond to an enforcement notice issued in 2018.

  • Luxembourg’s new central register of ultimate beneficial owners - get ready!


    Enviado: 20 December 2018

    On 18 December 2018 the bill of law 7217 setting up a register of beneficial owners of Luxembourg legal entities has been passed in the Luxembourg Parliament.

  • Deferred Prosecution Agreement tracker


    Última revisión: 17 December 2018 / Enviado: 19 October 2017

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

  • When is a record not a register?

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 13 December 2018

    In a recent decision the First-tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) ruled that a novel demand by HMRC for certain records retained for Anti-Money Laundering purposes was not lawful because of the way those records were structured.

  • Whistleblowing in the UK


    Última revisión: 10 December 2018 / Enviado: 29 April 2015

    A high level outline of employment protection for whistleblowers in the UK.

  • FCA speech re-emphasises its position on technology and cyber resilience

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 28 November 2018

    Megan Butler (a Director of Supervision at the FCA) has given a speech explaining some of the FCA’s views on how the UK financial services industry is managing technological risk as well as further detail on the FCA’s regulatory focus on resilience.

  • FCA analysis of firms’ financial crime data


    Enviado: 21 November 2018

    The FCA’s analysis of the first year of financial crime data from regulated firms highlights issues with the current Anti Money Laundering regime.

  • What does SFO v ENRC mean for Deferred Prosecution Agreements?

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 21 November 2018

    Now the fuss over the decision in SFO v ENRC decision has died down, it is worth focussing on comments the Court of Appeal made about the interplay between privilege and Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs).

  • First Criminal sentence obtained by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)

    Blog Post

    Enviado: 19 November 2018

    In a timely reminder that the ICO’s powers extend beyond merely fining individuals for data breaches, an individual working for a vehicle accident repair firm was recently sentenced to six months in prison. This is the first criminal prosecution brought by the ICO resulting in a custodial sentence.

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