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Companies need better incentives to admit to corrupt practices and pursue deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) with regulators, an expert has said. 13 Jul 2016
Official action to tackle fraud, and public knowledge of the biggest threats, remains patchy a decade on from a government-backed review, according to a new report. 11 Jul 2016
Businesses faced with the theft or unauthorised use of their confidential data have a suite of remedies available to them in the civil courts to recover that data or prevent its further use.
The EU’s 2014 Public Procurement Directive softened the rules preventing companies from bidding for public contracts where they, or their directors, had been convicted of certain economic crimes.
Deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) are a way for authorities and companies to settle certain kinds of disputes involving allegations of corporate criminal misconduct. Their use could have implications for directors and officers liability (D&O) insurance....
Directors of companies subject to the 2014 Reports on Payments to Governments Regulations must publish annual reports on any payments made to governments for each financial year.
Given the speed with which stolen assets can be transferred through the global banking system, time is of the essence if you are to successfully recover money stolen by a rogue employee through fraud.
Landmark anti-corruption policies put forward in recent months by the UK's outgoing prime minister could be at risk given his decision to resign following the referendum on EU membership, an expert has warned. 01 Jul 2016
Scotland's self-reporting regime for companies that uncover bribery offences will be extended for a further year, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) has announced. 30 Jun 2016
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