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UK property ownership transparency will speed up the fight against fraud, says expert

Requiring the Land Registry to publish information about foreign companies that own property in England and Wales could ultimately speed up the recovery of money from fraudsters who have "hidden" victims' money in a variety of corporate structures, an expert... 30 Jul 2015

Action Fraud 'turmoil' leaves litigation the only option for fraud victims, says expert

Victims of fraud should consider bringing civil proceedings against fraudsters as the quickest and most effective way of recovering stolen money, an expert has said, after a national newspaper reported that the company behind the government-backed national... 29 Jul 2015

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Morrisons data leak 'a warning to companies' about importance of fraud prevention policies says expert

The conviction of former Morrisons' auditor Andrew Skelton for leaking the personal details of supermarket employees on the internet should act as a reminder to companies to review the effectiveness of their fraud prevention policies, an expert has said. 20 Jul 2015

Campaigners warn Serious Fraud Office against use of 'controversial' deferred prosecution agreements

The use of deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) on companies in the UK that have admitted to fraud or corruption offences should be limited to those cases in which there is a "very strong, public interest argument" against prosecution, according to three... 26 Jun 2015

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