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Banks must consider staff relations when turning to 'big data' to identify potential misconduct, says expert

There are legitimate reasons why banks would wish to monitor staff behaviour through the latest in 'big data' analytics, but they should consider employee relations issues before using that technology, an expert has said. 03 Dec 2014

Clarity on interaction between data protection laws and disclosures under financial services regime would benefit businesses, says expert

Banks, insurance companies and other financial services businesses would benefit if policy makers explained in more detail the interaction between data protection laws and rules designed to combat financial crime, an expert said. 26 Nov 2014

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First "follow-on" claim for bribery damages unsuccessful, but law on side of disadvantaged rivals, says expert

A Jordanian firm was not entitled to 'follow-on' damages from a competitor which was awarded a contract after paying illegal bribes to authorities in Iraq, the English High Court has ruled. 03 Nov 2014

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