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  • The "NS-case": an important disciplinary decision for the internal investigation practice in the Netherlands

    Article

    Envoyé: 15 February 2018

    Amsterdam Disciplinary Board raises the bar for conducting internal investigations by lawyers.

  • Privacy en handhaving: wat te doen als het tóch misgaat? Accès restreint

    Séminaire

    Envoyé: 13 February 2018

    David Schreuders en Machteld Hiemstra gaven een presentatie over de handhaving van AVG (GDPR) per 25 mei 2018. Hieronder kunt u de presentatie downloaden.

  • Moeten bestuurders nog wel willen besturen?

    Séminaire

    Date de l’évènement: 06 March 2018

    Op dinsdagmiddag 6 maart organiseert Simmons & Simmons een seminar over de toegenomen aansprakelijkheid van bestuurders. Onze deskundigen David Schreuders (partner corporate criminal law) en Erwin Bos (partner restructuring & insolvency) vertellen uit hun eigen praktijk over de ontwikkelingen op het gebied van bestuurdersaansprakelijkheid. Aansprakelijkheid waarmee u sneller te maken hebt dan u nu misschien denkt.

  • Litigation privilege upheld in tax investigation case

    Article

    Envoyé: 08 February 2018

    ​In Bilta v RBS the court held that notes of interviews made in the course of an investigation were covered by litigation privilege. How did this case differ from SFO v ENRC?

  • Cooperation between the FRC and other regulators

    Article

    Envoyé: 07 February 2018

    The recent memorandum of understanding between the FRC and the FCA, formalising lines of communication, is a reminder of the urgent need to consider self-reporting in the event that wrongdoing is uncovered.

  • Key risks for Asset Managers and Financial Institutions

    Séminaire

    Envoyé: 26 January 2018

    Asterisk is an initiative that forecasts the five key risks facing asset managers and financial institutions in 2018. Asterisk is part of a wider campaign to encourage discussion around these highly topical issues and to demonstrate how we can assist our clients navigate these risks going forward. The Hong Kong office will commence a series of roundtables in the coming months to facilitate this process.

  • Investigations

    Microsite

    Dernière révision: 23 January 2018 / Envoyé: 24 April 2017

    This microsite summarises the key points to consider when handling investigations and highlights recent developments in this rapidly developing area, focusing on English law but including an international perspective.

  • Introduction of the Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision

    Article

    Envoyé: 19 January 2018

    On 18 January 2018 a new body within the FCA was empowered to oversee the anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regimes of 22 regulatory organisations in the legal and accountancy sectors.

  • Crime, fraud and investigations 2018: Changes at UK enforcement agencies

    Article

    Envoyé: 03 January 2018

    2018 will see a new director at the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), but what do recent announcements suggest about other potential changes at the UK's enforcement agencies?

  • Crime, fraud and investigations 2018: Cyber security

    Article

    Envoyé: 03 January 2018

    The coming into force of the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018 will bring a duty to report data breaches for companies, with widespread implications.

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