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A recently-announced joint initiative between the government, banks and law enforcement agencies could give those investigating suspected money laundering offences better oversight of suspicious accounts, an expert has said. 09 Apr 2015
A US company will pay $130,000 to the country's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to settle allegations that language used in internal confidentiality agreements prevented staff from 'whistleblowing' about potential wrongdoing. 02 Apr 2015
Conducting corporate simplification or legal entity reduction projects can remove unnecessary legal entities and therefore reduce costs such as audit fees and company secretarial costs and improve transparency.
This is one of a series of guides on issues connected to ring-fencing and banking reform faced by banks. Other guides cover issues such as tax, real estate, employment, pensions, litigation, third party contracts and competition considerations....
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The introduction of a new criminal offence for companies that fail to prevent employees or agents committing economic crime seems increasingly likely following recent announcements by UK financial regulators and ministers, an expert has said. 31 Mar 2015
Large companies seeking to raise capital by issuing new shares which would dilute existing shareholders must be sure to involve those shareholders as early in the process as possible, an expert has said. 17 Mar 2015
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